Sovereign Cornation Grapes

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Sovereign Cornation Grapes

Postby Durgan » Fri Aug 20, 2010 4:35 am

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?NWGQY 19 August 2010 Sovereign Coronation Grapes.
Sovereign coronation grapes were picked, and processed into juice, and sterilized for long term use. This one arbor produced 10 pounds of perfect grapes. From one arbor ten pounds is typical and anything over this weight is excellent from my experience. Process is to wash the grapes, place grapes into a pot, (about a liter of water was added before boiling to improve the cooking process), and boil gently for about 15 minutes, stirring periodically. Strain to separate pulp from the juice, and if required immediately simply store in the refrigerator. I desire long term use, so the jars were pressure processed.
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