How do you remove seeds from grapes?
By Jerry from Vancouver Canada
I buy the seedless grapes.
Cut the grapes in half, then take out the seeds.
I came across concord grapes at a bus stop in Redding CA.
I decided to pick. Enough to make four quart jars of the grapes with seeds and three with the seeds removed.
I found that this is a time consumer. Is there q uick way to remove the seeds? I wonder if you use the colander that has a device in the center to remove pulp or seeds would crush the seeds?
Also is there a use for the seeds?
Carol in Redding CA
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My dad just picked lots of grapes from a grape tree (with seeds) and I don't want to waste them. I want to make either jam, jelly or something else, but I have no idea how I can easily remove the seeds from the grapes.
Cook them and then put them through a ricer, if you want both the juice and the pulp. If you want only the juice cook them and strain through 3-4 layers of cheesecloth. Tie up the corners of the cheesecloth with string and hang to drip the juice into a container. This will take 24 hours or more. (09/19/2005)
You could also run them through a colander with a turn type handle (I think these are old fashioned, but you can find them at some thrift stores and I think Walmart) after you have cooked. This way would be instead of the cheesecloth. (09/19/2005)