Monday, July 6, 2009

It's very important to strain your berries once they've cooked down a bit and the fruit is broken up. Blackberry mush is smooth and velvety. You don't want a mouthful of gravely seeds here. Pour the cooked berries into a fine mesh sieve set over a bowl and mash the puree through by pressing and scraping it with the back of a spoon. I hate this step, but it's infinitely worth it. Just be patient and keep pushing so you waste as little fruit as possible.

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