[Sca-cooks] Making verjus
kiridono at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 08:34:13 PDT 2010
I use pomegranates at the end of February...so what I did this past year was
to buy them when they were in season, seed them and freeze the seeds in
airtight bags (used my sealing machine). Worked like a charm!
On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 11:03 AM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Yes but this is closer to nine months. I guess it is worth trying.
> Just sad I can not possibly get fresh pomegranates in March.
> Susan Lin wrote:
>> Why wouldn't it keep in the freezer until your event? Are you freezing
>> grapes themselves or the juice? I would think it would do fine - if
>> in juice form I'd contemplate some loss due to evaporation. But, if you
>> have a deep freeze that does not self defrost (so no cycling, less chance
>> freezer burn) I would think it would do just fine. I had lemon juice in
>> ours for about 6 months and it was fine.
>> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 8:36 PM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> So the feral table grapes are all over my parents' backyard again and the
>>> bunches of grapes are forming. Not very big and juicy since nobody
>>> waters them on purpose, but the fruit is on the vine, about the size and
>>> colour of petits pois. so I grabbed about five bunches, picked them off
>>> stems and ran them through the blender with a dash of water. Now
>>> through a nylon coffee filter. What a nice flavor, very grapey but sour
>>> lemon juice. I will use this for salads! And freeze a bunch for the
>>> of the year's cookery.
>>> I have a Persian feast coming up next March, I don't suppose it will keep
>>> in the freezer until then? The problem with Black Oak Lodge is that it's
>>> early in the year, before the fruit harvests. Alas.
>>> Dame Selene
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