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Another Passion Fruit Question

Jennalynn Aug 11, 2008 07:21 PM

I'm trying to save up enough passion fruit pulp to make making jam worthwhile.

Would you just scoop it all out and freeze it? Or will it be okay scooped out in a container in the refrigerator?

I figure the stocking up process will take about two weeks.

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    JoanaBR Aug 11, 2008 07:45 PM

    In my country, Brasil, we cook the shell of the passion fruit to also incorporate in the jam.
    We just remove the out skin and the membrane that has inside.

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    1. re: JoanaBR
      Jennalynn Aug 11, 2008 08:05 PM

      How would you keep the fruit before cooking it, if you needed to store it for two weeks?

      My passion fruit plant is ripening, but I won't have enough fruit to make the jam for another two weeks. So what do I do with the whole fruit I have now?

      1. re: Jennalynn
        JoanaBR Aug 11, 2008 08:24 PM

        i would freeze in a dark container, is the way that my mom thought me. We use to remove the pulp and freeze for after use , as jam, as mousse, as juice or caipirinha type of licor heheheh. Also we clean the shell, remove the outter and the membrane and cook or in water or in a thin syrup as you wish. and freeze also.
        but i will call my mom and check with her if has any other tip heheheh

        1. re: JoanaBR
          Jennalynn Aug 12, 2008 09:57 AM

          That would be lovely!

          Thanks Joana.

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      JoanaBR Sep 30, 2008 10:25 AM

      Could you tell me where can i find passion fruit seeds in USA???



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      1. re: JoanaBR
        MMRuth Sep 30, 2008 10:28 AM

        Where do you live? You'd probably get more responses if you post on the appropriate regional board.

        1. re: MMRuth
          JoanaBR Oct 1, 2008 08:45 AM

          i live in Manhattan.

          1. re: JoanaBR
            MMRuth Oct 1, 2008 08:47 AM

            Me too - though I have no idea where to get them. A new thread on the Manhattan board might get some results for you.

        2. re: JoanaBR
          Jennalynn Oct 3, 2008 06:25 PM

          I'm afraid I don't know.

          Mine vines were inherited when I moved into this house.

          I would do a google search. I'm sure there are many internet resources.

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          Mellicita Oct 4, 2008 10:54 PM

          If you have a latin grocery or even a latin foods section in the freezer area of your regular grocery store... you can buy frozen "slabs" of pure passion fruit pulp. (Its awesome for smoothies and desserts!)

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