Drink The Harvest

Author: Nan K. Chase
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603429131
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Drink the Harvest presents simple recipes accompanied by mouthwatering photographs for a variety of teas, syrups, ciders, wines, and kombuchas.

The Joy Of Keeping A Root Cellar

Author: Jennifer Megyesi
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602399751
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Canning, Freezing, Drying, Smoking and Preserving the Harvest Jennifer
Megyesi. Peaches—See ... Drain and bring to a boil in water or fruit juice (if the
fruit is very juicy, just add honey to taste and boil by itself). Cook gently for ... to.
Can. Fruit. Juices. Making juice at home is simple, rewarding, and a safe project
for the beginning canner. The flavor of the fruit is intensified, and it can be
sweetened to taste upon drinking. A juicer is the handiest device to juice
effectively (be sure to heat ...

A Guide To Preserving Food For A 12 Months Harvest

Author: Mariel Dewey
Publisher: Ortho Information Services
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canning, freezing, smoking, and drying, making cheese, cider, soap and grinding
grain, getting the most from your garden Mariel Dewey ... sold as natural apple
juice. We like to drink it that way —it has the richest flavor. Clear apple juice
however looks more beautiful and often l refrigerate the cider for several days so
the sediment will settle, then rack and bottle the clear juice. Racking is a process
of transferring the juice, by means of a siphon, into a new clean container,
leaving the ...

Food Processing By Rural Families

Author: Asian and Pacific Council. Food & Fertilizer Technology Center
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soft drinks (1). Table 6 details the exports of fruit and vegetable juices (5). About
90% of export are fruit juices. Soft drinks are for domestic consumption only. Due
to tough competition with soft drinks, the juice-making industry hardly has any
profit from ... Large-scale juice-making industry has to add sugar and water intc
juices in order to survive the battle. ... During harvest season, vegetables or fruits
other than fresh consumptions are preserved by pickling or preserve-making in
the ...

Cutler S Red Book Of Priceless Recipes

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Dilute this to proper thickness for drinking and strain it through a cloth. It is most
refreshing to the hot and thirsty workmen. Even raw oatmeal stirred into a bucket
of cold water makes a drink refreshing and cooling. How to Preserve Fruit Juices.
—Fruit juices may be put up and used for beverages at any time of the year in the
following manner: Heat the fruit and strain it as in making jelly, then cook it for
fifteen minutes, skimming it until it is clear. Add one cupful of heated sugar to
every ...

A History Of Food

Author: Maguelonne Toussaint Samat
Publisher: Blackwell Pub
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fruits, including corn (the grains of which are its fruit), and was observed as a kind
of harvest festival. The word 'Lammas' comes from ... Shekar in Hebrew meant
any intoxicating drink other than wine (which is always specified by name) made
by the fermentation of any kind of fruit juice. When the angel ... The fermentation
first transforms, then preserves the juice by the action of yeasts; preservation,
rather than the making of an intoxicating drink, was its first purpose. When vines
spread ...

Canning Trade

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Prospective manufacturers can now obtain exclusive licenses to operate under
U.S. Department of Agriculture patents for making such products as fruit juices,
dried honey, and dry whole milk. ... Drink formulations, made from the puree,
were evaluated by an adult taste panel. Orange ... HOT WATER DIPS REDUCE
DECAY IN FRUITS Hot air, and hot water showers or dips, greatly reduce post-
harvest decay in peaches, plums, and nectarines, reports the U.S. Department of
Agriculture.

Fruits And Berries For The Home Garden

Author: Lewis Hill
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Several years ago we began to question why we were drinking so much tropical
fruit juice when our own New England fruits were so good. We have since
remedied that situation by freezing lots of apple juice and cider, and berry juices.
Crab apple, plum, elderberry, raspberry, strawberry, and even rhubarb juice are
especially delicious. We usually cook the fruit briefly, as if for making jelly, and
strain it through a jelly bag or wire strainer. We next add honey or sugar to taste
and heat ...

The Oxford Encyclopedia Of Food And Drink In America A J

Author: Andrew F. Smith
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During World War II scientists developed a process for making powdered orange
juice. After the war, the powdered juice concentrate was marketed by Florida
Foods Corporation. It was not greatly successful, but then the company launched
a new line of frozen juice under the brand name Minute Maid, and sales
skyrocketed. The company changed its name to the Minute Maid Company.
Minute Maid was acquired by the Coca- Cola Company in I960. Canned fruit
juices are sold in ...

Encyclopaedia Of Occupational Health And Safety

Author: Jeanne Mager Stellman
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The non-alcoholic category is comprised of soft drink syrup manufacture; soft
drink and water bottling and canning; fruit juices bottling, canning and boxing; the
cofTee industry and the tea industry. Alcoholic ... In addition to being their main
source of income, the harvest determines a large part of their culture and lifestyle.
... Soft Drink Concentrate Manufacturing Zaida Colon Process Overview The
making of the concentrate is the first step in the production of a carbonated soft
drink.