|by T.P. Coultate|
As a source of detailed information on the chemistry of food, this book is without equal.
1 - 6 of 6 for freezing persimmon
Scoop flesh from whole ripe persimmons using a spoon; ... Freeze. The pulp of soft persimmons can be used in baked products much as you would use applesauce.
First prepare a ... dissolved. Peel the persimmons with a vegetable ... to within 1 inch of the top. Freeze. Syrup is enough for about 5 pints of fruit.
Let persimmons ripen until very ... to eat them. Freezing actually heightens their ... simple dessert; eaten this way, they are similar to a fresh fruit ice.
In some countries, ... probably the Japanese persimmon. There are ... while and then peel off the skins easily. Some persimmons are puckery if eaten green.
The firm persimmons - 'Fuyu', 'Maru' ... disappeared from the skin and they have turned deep orange. Follow the direction for freezing whole soft persimmons.
To use the fruit of soft persimmons, simply cut ... soft persimmons whole for use later in the year. Freezing actually heightens their natural sweet flavor.
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