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I gathered up the last of the fall harvest the other day (truly the last this time), which included quince. Quince are a fragrant (some say like a rose), hard, and astringent fruit that make wonderful sauce and jelly … Continue reading
CLARIFICATION: these cherries were pitted before processing so that I could use the pulp afterward. Here is a how-to video on making sour cherry conserves using spent cherries from juicing in the Mehu-Liisa steam juicer from Finland.
Here is an instruction video on making jelly with sour cherry juice from the Mehu-Liisa steam juicer from Finland.
The other day I juiced a batch of Bing cherries in my Mehu-Liisa steam juicer. After processing, I picked out the nicest looking spent cherries (with and without stems) to make mock Maraschino cherries to enjoy later on ice cream … Continue reading
I picked up a flat of red raspberries at Detering Orchards the other day and made some wonderful, tangy raspberry juice in my Mehu-Liisa steam juicer. A flat of 12 pints equaled a half batch in the juicer. The process … Continue reading