How Do You Make A Great Persimmon Pulp?

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NASSY NASCARNUT Profile
NASSY NASCARNUT answered
I see what you mean...it took me nearly an hour to locate this for you sweetie:
To make persimmon pulp, simmer the persimmons
five to ten minutes in a heavy covered saucepan over low heat, stirring
often, with enough apple juice or other fruit juice to prevent burning
or splattering. Cool the mixture, then pass it through a food mill
using the coarsest strainer to remove the large seeds. Or just pick out
the seeds with your fingers. Expect to get one part pulp from two parts
whole persimmon fruit.
Here is the web-site from which said information was procured:
www.wildmanstevebrill.com

thanked the writer.
Hello Boss
Hello Boss commented
Thank you, too late, all the fuit rotted beforeb I got an answer. Will try this next year. Thank you for your persistance in getting the info. Another 5 stars for you. Stunning avatar, I'm in love again.
NASSY NASCARNUT
NASSY NASCARNUT commented
Glad you enjoy the 6 pack...lol...[[[hugs]]]...♥Nassy
Ruth Smith Yoder
Ruth Smith Yoder commented
Do u have a good pudding recipe also?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Take stem (caps) off, wash persimmons in clear water. Rub through a sieve for the pulp. Pulp will keep several years in the freeze. Good for pudding, cookies, fudge and cakes.

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