We grow several types of this I call them grape varieties. In South Carolina that is just about the easiest type to grow. They have thick shells and a seed filled center but the taste is delicious! I love to garden and find ways to use things growing.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $3 Difficulty: Easy
You can make juices from these to freeze for later use. As a matter of fact the jam I made this year came from the grapes harvested last year! I have a link to a very easy way to accomplish this here.
Juice made and drained for use.
Made this jam in my Ball FreshTech Jam & Jelly Maker. I think of it as one of my frivolous gadgets to have around but it makes for less arm burning.
You must use a water bath to process.
A print out for you to use if you wish.
Materials used for this project:
- Muscadines (my garden)
- Sugar (grocery guess $1)
- Jelly canning jars (had on hand but cost aproximately $8 for 12)
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