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Grape Juice and apple cider

Posted 9/4/2014 5:24am by Sam Bellamy.

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It is that special season for grapes. Many people who grew up in the South have strong remembrances of eating Muscadine grapes. Some who have moved in from other areas find their thicker hulls very different from table, concord or northern type grapes. If you are in the latter group I suggest you try our grape juice. The health benefits of fresh grapes and juice is definitely there. Flavor test have shown that Muscadine juice is more preferred than Welches grape juice. Our juice is made from certain varieties of grapes that are higher in bric values and make excellent flavorful juice.

   We have grapes by the pound or in larger volume as well.

If you like to discover new things with food I suggest you try Grape hull pie. This is a true southern dish from the Carolinas. It is different from any other pie in texture and taste. It also is made from the grape skins which is full of antioxidants. You can search on line for recipes or go to Nancie McDermott website for her recipes.

We also have unpasteurized apple cider now as well.

                                               

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