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Drying

Figs

Preparation

Wash fruit thoroughly and remove imperfections. Halve and slice into uniform sizes allowing drying to be even. Figs have a natural wax coat. To speed up dehydrating, dip in...

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Plums

The Angeleno variety of plums is a medium sized plum with a deep purple skin and amber flesh. Autumn giant will be harvested soon - a plum, with a dark pink skin and a yellow flesh. The ruby blood plum,...

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Makes approx. 12 x No 20 Bottles

Ingredients

6 kg Roma tomatoes (red and ripe for full flavour)
3 Tbsp. Salt
1 cup of mixed herbs (dried in your Fowlers Ultimate Dehydrator) ie. thyme, basil, sage,...

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Quince has a relatively short season and well worth using. Raw quince has a pale flesh and when exposed to air will oxidize. The deep rosy colour that develops during cooking is an important part of quince...

Yield: 8 x No. 31 Bottles

Ingredients

4 kilo cherries
2 tablespoons coconut sugar per bottle
Water or verjuice
40g Freeze Dried Finger lime*

Before you start, run the jars through the dishwasher....

Yield: 8 x No. 31 Bottles

The subtle lemony notes of the lemon myrtle work beautifully with the honey and the pepper leaf gives a subtle back note.

Ingredients

9 kg box of peaches or nectarines, stalk...

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Apricots have a complex sweet-tart flavour that marries well to a wide variety of spices. Generally, fresh apricots reach their full potential when cooked -- roasted, poached, sautéed or incorporated into baked...