26 July 2022 Processing Gooseberry


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26 July 2022 Processing Gooseberry

Posted on 07/26/2022 by Durgan
26 July 2022 Processing Gooseberry
Gooseberry 1649 grams were placed in 5 liter jars for 330 grams per jar. The berries were picked and cleaned, cooked until soft about 20 minutes. Beat with a hand blender to make a slurry. Strained through a butterfly strainer to remove seeds 2 mm mesh screen. The juice was then placed in liter jars and pressure canned at 15 PSI for 15 minutes. The jars are stored at room temperature.
Pictures depict the process.
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& they make, after grapes, the best wine.
No, that's elder, elderflower for sparkling white, elderberry for a rich, fullbodied red.

I had a miserable year for gooseberries this year, all tiny and not too many of them. It was down to the dry weather I am pretty sure. Luckily last year was a bumper year and we still have quite a few jars of gooseberry jam.
 

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