Cool Grapes
May 7th, 2005

So simple, yet it had never crossed my mind to try this out. Reading Debbie’s article on frozen grapes and her rave review of their texture and taste, we literally dove for the grapes we just brought home from that days shopping and migrated them to a colder climate.

Red Grapes

We were simply wowed by the results and also made some interesting observations. Red grapes seem to freeze more thoroughly and become harder than their green friends. I would imagine, it may have to do with the level of sugar contained in the grapes, since size-wise it should’ve been vice-versa. The green ones had a soft core, comparable to sorbet like texture. It’s also a good idea to go for seedless grapes, otherwise it’s only half the fun.

‘Glad we stumbled over Debbie’s post, as this is a real keeper. Good and healthy sweet snack for hot summer days and evenings… O.

Green Grapes

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