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    Default Fermented Raspberries

    Use an old 300 ml (10½ fl oz) jam jar
    250 g (9 oz/2 cups) raspberries
    1 tablespoon raw (demerara) sugar
    1 tablespoon water
    Note: You can use any type of berry here, not just raspberries.

    Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mash Pour into a sterilised jam jar, cover with muslin (cheesecloth) or a clean kitchen cloth held in place with a rubber band or string, and leave for 2–3 days out of direct sunlight until bubbly and fermented, giving it a mix each day.

    Store the purée in the fridge in an airtight container where it will keep for 2 weeks.


    https://www.mindfood.com/recipe/fermented-raspberries/


    I'm going to do this tomorrow with frozen raspberries. I plan to eat them with yogurt for breakfast. Mmm!
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    Default Re: Fermented Raspberries

    I do love raspberries when they are in season. I've even made raspberry wine. But tell me, please, what are the advantages to fermented berries? I don't know whether I want to sacrifice that delightful flavor of fresh organic berries!
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    Default Re: Fermented Raspberries

    Mostly to make them last longer, as they go mouldy after a few days. Plus they have probiotics. Haven't tried them yet, so can't comment on the flavour. I can say that fermented cherry tomatoes taste just like fresh tomatoes (I puree them into a sauce). My son served it to a friend who was staying with him, and he was very impressed.

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    Default Re: Fermented Raspberries

    Yum! I love raspberries and would certainly want to try it's fermented one. But since abundance of it is a problem here in my country, it's way over pricey.

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    Default Re: Fermented Raspberries

    Same here BandsAuid. The climate is too hot in most states, and yes, they are expensive. I can't imagine having enough raspberries to make wine!

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    They aren't cheap here either, but they are affordable in modest qualities. To have enough to make wine, you really need to grow at least some of your own to offset the cost... Which I can do.
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