[Sca-cooks] Quince juice

Glenn Adrian gadrian at clear.net.nz
Tue Oct 11 21:40:45 PDT 2011

Technically I suppose you should have a sturdy bowl to collect the juice,
and any object you think suitable to 'press' down on the quinces
(Warhammer!!!).  Industrial solutions involving grindstones or presses are
hardly warranted.  However a simple tool is a simple plastic juicer from any
kitchenware shop.  (I assume they have these in the US?)  It consists of a
ribbed cone over which you press half a fruit and then twist.  The cone sits
in the middle of a doughnut shapped bowl that collects the juice which runs
down the cone.


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Subject: [Sca-cooks] Quince juice

Anyone got any thoughts on how to make quince juice from scratch?  I have a
recipe from al-Warraq that calls for "freshly pressed" quince juice.  I
picked up a couple of fresh quinces, but I'm not sure how to proceed.

-- Galefridus
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