Raspberry Dessert

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Raspberry Dessert

Post: #266503 Durgan
Sun Sep 16, 2012 1:52 am

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?TQYWH 15 September 2012 Raspberry Dessert
Fresh picked raspberries were made into a delicious dessert. Weight was 30 ounces.The berries were put through the Champion Juice to remove the seeds.The output is a fine dessert, but may be North Americanized by putting a gob of canned whip cream atop.I don’t believe the seeds should be ingested by humans.

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Re: Raspberry Dessert

Post: #266511 GeorgeSalt
Sun Sep 16, 2012 2:39 pm

Stick the residue into your next batch of soft-fruit wine. A bit of extra body from the pulp sticking to the seeds.

Couldn't have raspberry jam without the seeds, wouldn't be the same.
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Re: Raspberry Dessert

Post: #266520 Durgan
Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:30 pm

GeorgeSalt wrote:Stick the residue into your next batch of soft-fruit wine. A bit of extra body from the pulp sticking to the seeds.

Couldn't have raspberry jam without the seeds, wouldn't be the same.


Try eating a fine spoonful of sand. It is almost identical to raspberry seeds, but probably not as sharp edged.

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Re: Raspberry Dessert

Post: #266524 Odsox
Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:10 am

Durgan wrote:
GeorgeSalt wrote:Stick the residue into your next batch of soft-fruit wine. A bit of extra body from the pulp sticking to the seeds.

Couldn't have raspberry jam without the seeds, wouldn't be the same.


Try eating a fine spoonful of sand. It is almost identical to raspberry seeds, but probably not as sharp edged.

Ah, now I understand.
When I was young and lived with my grandparents, I remember that blackberries, raspberries and loganberries all had to be sieved to get the seeds out and those fruits were made into jelly rather than jam, because of the agony in getting a seed under their dentures.
Strawberries I think were OK and blueberries were unknown to them.
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