Normally I wait until winter when we can put pineapple on the top of the heater. It’s an easy and cheap solution without using more energy. After 3 days, the pineapple is dried perfect. Raw food is when you use less than 48 degrees to dry fruit and this is raw food method. It remains all vitamin and minerals from the fruits.
This time I used oven at 50 degrees and ran for 12-15 hours to get this result. My husband was screaming for the energy consumption.
17 Sep: we got 13kg of grapes and 7,8kg juice. They are extremely sour but let’s see how the result will come out 😉
The first time 9kg of grapes gave 6kg juice
18 Sep: I wash the grapes and crush them by hands
The crushed grapes are put for fermentation. I stir them 2-3 times per day.
23 Sep I put port wine yeast on with 1,4kg sugar
Filled and aged
21 Sep - The first test was around 12% of the sweet grapes
19 Nov - The 2nd test was 18% of the sweet grapes. The taste was still young but very much like porto wine. My husband approved it with a nice surprise. He didn’t expect I could make it 😉
Last time we went to a sushi restaurant, Josephine said “mom, it doesn’t taste as good as our sushi” and we agree to make homemade sushi in stead of going to the restaurant. So here is results for our Saturday lunch 😋😍
We always buy our groceries at Netto and Spar Kornblomstvej where they have a lot of good vegetables and fruit deals. Here is what I cooked this week:
2 psc of 1,2kg chickens: 50kr,
2 packs of mushrooms: 10kr
1 pack of snack pepper fruit: 10kr
Coconut milk: 9kr
Galanga, citron grass, citron leaves: frozen at home.
Rice, pasta and ingredients: at home
04 chicken filet for kids to make breaded chicken, wings and drumsticks for grill, thigh meat for thai soup. Around 90kr for 2 dinners for 4 and lunch packs for kids - 10kr/portion. It’s really cheap to cook from raw materials in Denmark 😎