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Strawberry Guava Juice

INTRODUCTION

When we forage Strawberry Guava, we know we need to use them within 24 hours or risk losing some of the fruit. We eat a lot fresh, freeze some, and use what’s left in recipes. We like to sort them into “grades” – the Grade A fruit is usually used for Strawberry Guava Shrub. We throw the rest of the Grade B fruit into a pot, giving it a quick cook and squeezing out the juice.

INGREDIENTS

Strawberry Guava fruit

water

STEP 1

Wash the fruit.  Place in a pot and just cover with water.

STEP 2

Heat on the stove until just before boiling.

STEP 3

Remove from the heat and ladle the fruit into nut milk bags.  Hang the nut milk bags over bowls and allow to drain.

STEP 4

Once cool enough, squeeze the liquid from the nut milk bags.

STEP 5

Pour your juice into a container with an air-tight lid.  Use in recipes or freeze within a few days.

 

 

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