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I am making grape juice (in jars) and have used juice extractor. There is still lots of lovely grape-y pulp left that I would like to whizz into a jelly/preserve, but how can I remove seeds??
4merly, thanks for trying, but the sieve/colander/strainer just don't work, that's b/c the seeds are caught up in the skins and just refuse to separate I threw away first lot, will try skinning them before juicing on the next attempt this weekend.
Let the juice drip through some muslin?
Isn't life too short to skin grapes?
well, they are organic unsprayed and not THAT many so I think worth the effort wouldn't do it for any other grapes tho
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