Refers to the culinary definition of fruit: a sweet seed-containing part of a plant that is commonly eaten raw.

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How to get the pits out of clingstone peaches for peach butter

I'm making peach butter. The recipe I have uses the skin on the peaches (you put the peaches in a blender, put them in the slow cooker with sugar and spices, then use an immersion blender at the end ...
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Is cooking with fruit liqueur comparable to cooking with fruit juice?

I had some cranberries and blueberries that were past their prime, so to preserve them I made them into a liqueur. However I'm not much of an alcohol drinker, so I was thinking of using this liqueur ...
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Why are nectarine pits different colors?

Some nectarines have a dark reddish pit, while others have a much lighter tan color. Why is this? Are they different species?
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Best way to remove seeds when making jam and still have it called jam

When making jams and/or preserves using berries, sometimes you want the jam to be seedless (especially when using raspberries or blackberries). I know often times people use a food mill or strain the ...
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Identify this dessert

One of the best desserts I've ever tasted came from a restaurant which no longer exists, and I am trying to identify what it might be called and how to prepare it myself. It looked sort of like a ...
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Using fermenting muesli to make muffins

I make a large bowl of Swiss muesli for summer meals. The basic ingredients are 1 part yogort, 1 part almond milk ( could be soy or regular milk), 1 part muesli mix (I like to use Alpen cereal) and ...
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Using a Jelly Bag

I am attempting to make Sea Buckthorn jelly (as in jam jelly rather than gelatin jelly), but am having an issue with straining the juice. Here's what I have done so far: freeze the berries on the ...