Easy Concord Grape Juice

"Very simple method to make your own grape juice if you have too many grapes or if you would like to try making your own fresh tasting grape juice."
 
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Easy Concord Grape Juice created by melissa kayser
Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
2
Yields:
1 quart
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ingredients

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directions

  • In sterilized jar place 2 cups grapes.
  • Add 1/2 cup sugar.
  • Fill to top with boiling water.
  • Seal jars at once with 2 piece lids. Process in water-bath canner for 10 minutes. Remove from canner and keep out of drafts(cover with a towel). Next day remove metal lid-bands, and label with date and contents.
  • Let juice stand 3 to 4 weeks before using.
  • Strain juice from grapes and use juice.

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  1. Tami R.
    Can you a pressure cooker instead of a water bath canner?
     
  2. Ann H.
    Can you tell me, do you dilute the juice after you are ready to use it or just use it straight?
     
  3. Nicole B.
    I made this recipe in October, and opened a bottle yesterday about 6 weeks since I made it. The juice is excellent, the recipe was so easy to follow and I plan to make it again next year. The only thing I made different from the recipe was cut the sugar back to 1/4 cup per quart as some of the previous reviews said it could be done safely . The juice taste sweet to me , very similar to welch grape juice you buy. My grapes were sweeter than usual this year I think because we had unusual warm weather this fall. I made 24 qts, if I would have known it was going to be this good I would have made lots more.Thank you so much for the great recipe, I will be sharing this with my friends.
     
  4. Pam F.
    I'm trying it for the first time but using Agavae since it is a low glycemic sweetner.
     
  5. Debe B.
    I have been using this recipe for years. I love the results. I tried it with less sugar and the results were not as good. Because the whole grape is used (grape seed and grape skin) I feel it must be very healthy. I bring it out when anyone is sick. I have given to my children and now my grandchildren. I think I probably use more grapes than suggested.
     

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