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How long can i store fruit Puree ? [duplicate]

I'm planning to start an ice cream store and found the prices of branded fruit purees to be exorbitant. I'm thinking of making my own purees. How long can I store these purees in the refrigerator? ...
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Do these two types of mouli graters do the same thing?

I would like to know whether these two types of mouli graters found in the internet do the same thing, work the same way, or are actually used for different types of food. How do they differ in terms ...
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Using acidity to brighten simple sides like purees

I made a simple carrot puree last night doing the following: Sweat off some carrots, onions, garlic and a bit of peeled apple Added a small amount of apple cider vinegar Added a bit of an alcoholic ...
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Hazelnut oil as a sub for olive oil

I'm looking to make a pea purée but all I have is hazelnut oil. I know olive oil is the standard. Would hazelnut oil give it too much of a nutty taste?
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Best way to store tomato paste/puree?

What is the best way to store tomato paste or tomato purée? Just to be clear, I'm talking about this stuff At home we buy metal cans of the stuff (500g or 1Kg), but once opened, within about 5 to 6 ...
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How do I finely process/puree a large amount of chillies?

I have a large quantity of chillies that I would like to make a hot sauce out of. But firstly I would like to create a really fine puree out of these chillies, is anyone aware of the appropriate ...
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Why to remove skin and seeds of tomatoes when we puree them?

I tried a couple of recipes which demanded tomato puree which was eventually cooked as part of the gravy. The gravy turned sour even after cooking it covered for more than 15 minutes. Is that because ...
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What's an effective method to strain liquids?

When I make horchata or aqua frescas, I often have a large volume (quarts) of liquid that could benefit from straining. Usually only the small fine mesh strainer can get out the fine particles that ...
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What is hot raspberry puree?

I have a caramel recipe that calls for hot raspberry puree to be added near the end of cooking. I'm assuming that the seeds are supposed to be removed, so how is this different from raspberry juice? ...
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Can I make my own chestnut puree?

I've got a recipe that calls for chestnut puree. I live in Australia and it's proving difficult to find. Chestnuts on the other hand are pretty easy to find so I googled around to see if I could find ...