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A noteworthy post from Mehu-Liisa user, Granny Miller

Here’s a post by Granny Miller about juicing with the Mehu-Liisa steam juicer. Her blog is well worth a look around. I am very appreciative of folks like Granny Miller for keeping skills from past generations alive. Thank you, Granny! … Continue reading

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Concord and Niagara grapes

I went on a glean with the Eugene Area Gleaners recently and came home with about 60 lbs of Concord and Niagara grapes. Grapes are always a pleasure to process as they release so much wonderful concentrated juice. Out of … Continue reading

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It’s Grape Season!

Concord grapes are ripening all over the northeast and midwest. These venerable grapes have been permanently planted in the American consciousness via commercial grape juice and grape jelly. Remember that childhood delicacy PBJ? Purists insist that only grape jelly should … Continue reading

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