Removing Seeds From Grapes?

How do you remove seeds from grapes?

By Jerry from Vancouver Canada

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November 29, 20100 found this helpful

I buy the seedless grapes.

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December 4, 20100 found this helpful

Cut the grapes in half, then take out the seeds.

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September 17, 20120 found this helpful

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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April 25, 20170 found this helpful

How would we separate seeds from grapes juice?

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September 24, 20210 found this helpful

How do you remove seeds from tiny grapes for the purpose of making jam

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October 5, 20210 found this helpful

I stem and wash the grapes and cook them down in a soup pot with 1 cup of water. Cover and simmer till they cook down. Place grapes in a food mill and twist till juice and pulp is squeezed out. Discard the seeds and skins. Strain juice left in pan add to other juice and pulp. Do another batch. After all grapes are finished you will have juice and/or pulp for jam or jelly. If you need more juice for jelly or jam add grape juice purchased in bottle or frozen juice. You also can freeze you juice or pulp until you have enough. I do small batches at a time. I get a better result by cooking down smaller batches. Enjoy

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November 29, 2010

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.




Removing Seeds From 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)

By Seagrape

Removing Seeds From Grapes

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)

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