saving tamarillo and grenadilla seeds

by caro
(cape town)

tamarillo and grenadilla seeds fermenting

tamarillo and grenadilla seeds fermenting

To prepare these seeds I've basically spooned them out from ripe fruit and placed them in a jar of water. I stir frequently and let it ferment, till the seeds have parted from the flesh, and are cleanable. Then they are either sown direct, or dried in a cool dark place and stored in the fridge.

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Sep 26, 2017
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fruit ferments are great for your health
by: Caroline

Sometimes if there are enough fruit you can make a ferment, and more than that, one can use it to multi purpose overripe old fruit and make fruit vinegar. Our pineapple vinegar, and my Guava-Carissa vinegar make wonderful vinaigrette and are full of live lactobacillus cultures and wild yeasts.

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