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strained pulp

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South Florida Tropicals: Tamarind
... the pulp out of the water. Using a fine strainer, press out all the juice from the pulp. Use the strained pulp in recipes calling for tamarind extract or paste. For concentrate, just save the soaking water and add it back into the strained pulp ... seeds from pulp and strain pulp and skins as instructed in the "Basic Preparation" section. Mix the strained mixture with ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... to the syrup, in which, after it has been boiled, skimmed, and strained into another pan, and the copper-pan has been scoured clean, ... /2 oz. of hops, infused with 3 pints of boiling water and strained off when cold, a wineglassful being taken several times a day before ... 1 OZ. of skinned bitter almonds reduced to a pulp being added. The liquid is then strained through fine muslin and a pint of liquid ...
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August - September 2003 Newsletter
... food processor). Since this is going to be a jelly (which will be strained any way) you don't need to remove the skin or pick ... hips in 2 pints of water until good and tender. Rub the pulp through a fine sieve to remove the seeds and basically make a puree. ... The solution should be cloudy with minutes bits of the rose and apple pulp. Bring to a boil and continue boiling for another 15 minutes. When ...
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Pawpaw Cookbook
... strained pawpaw pulp 1 cup brown sugar 1 quart vanilla ice cream - softened 1 nine-inch graham cracker crust Stir the brown sugar into the pulp ... Remove from the fire and stir in 1 full cup of strained pawpaw pulp. Chill until it mounds slightly when spooned. This will ... 350 degrees. Press ripe pawpaws through food mill to obtain pulp. Sift together flour, soda, and salt. Cream butter and sugar; beat ...
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ABS - Bamboo Bicycle
... it possible to build bicycles from it is that it is stronger than steel when strained in the longitudinal direction, 17% to be exact. I can stuff my thoughts about squeaky ... of the atmosphere. While growing it emits more oxygen that the equivalent amount of wood pulp. So please caress your bamboo bicycle gently while you marvel at the thought that bamboo ...
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FEIJOA Fruit Facts
... separated by squeezing the seedy pulp into a container, covering with water, and letting the liquid stand for 4 days to ferment. The seeds are then strained out and dried before sowing ... . Smooth, thin, light-green skin with blue-green surface bloom, subject to bruising and purpling. Pulp well-developed, slightly gritty. Flavor very pleasant, quality excellent. Ripens mid to late-season. Tree ...
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Fruiting Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous Plants
... not prune the grafted branch! The seeds can be ground up and soaked overnight, then strained and the liquid mixed with more water and sprayed on gardens. A commercial neem insecticide ... . The fruit is very large, dark purple-red, with medium-thick rind. Juicy wine-colored pulp encapsulates medium-hard seeds that are difficult to chew. The plant is vigorous and productive ...
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Floridata: Zingiber zerumbet
... mortar and pestle, and the pulp was placed in a cloth and loosely bound around the injured area. To ease a stomach ache, the ground and strained root material was mixed with ...
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Dandelion Recipes
... 3 pounds of granulated white sugar. - 2 lemons including peels, pulp and juice. - 2 oranges including peels, pulp and juice. - 1 pound of dry yeast - 1 teaspoon ... into a container large enough to hold it. Add the citrus pulp and juice, and allow the mixture to cool. Add the yeast and ... in about a month, at which time the wine can be strained once more, bottled, and capped or corked. Store in a dark, ...
www.gardensablaze.com

rose_recipes
... after 2 weeks, strain off and put fresh rosepetals in the jar and pour the strained off liquid over. Rose Hand Cream 1/2 oz. beeswax 2 oz. rosewater 2 oz ... . Repeat process for 3 days, til roses are reduced to mush. When cool, work the pulp into beads. Coating your hand with a bit of oil with rose fragrance in it ...
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