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Black seedless grapes are round to slightly oval in shape, their skin is deep purple to near black in color with a waxy bloom. The skin is firm and does not slip from its flesh. The flesh is tender and overtly juicy in texture with a sweet, strong, muscat flavor. Although Black seedless grapes are defined as seedless, occasionally they will contain one to two almost unrecognizable tiny, edible fleshy seeds.

Seedless Black Grapes - I live for these each year! They are the best grape grown.

Might have to make this next.  @ leslie land (bakaitis photo) lilacs and wine

Might have to make this next. @ leslie land (bakaitis photo) lilacs and wine

Making Lilac Wine  And Here We Are...

Making Lilac Wine

Vernal Equinox // Ostara // Easter - Making Lilac Wine And Here We Are.

The Concord seedless grape is a cross between a Thompson seedless and a Concord. They are about average in size with an inky dark purple color. The Concord is a sweet variety, high in sugar and acidity.

The Concord seedless grape is a cross between a Thompson seedless and a Concord. They are about average in size with an inky dark purple color. The Concord is a sweet variety, high in sugar and acidity.

The Green Muscat, also known as Summer Muscat and White Muscat grape is green, plump and firm. It is sweet with a strong and bold Muscat flavor. Bred to be seedless, a bunch of Green Muscat grapes can reach up to two pounds.

The Green Muscat, also known as Summer Muscat and White Muscat grape is green, plump and firm. It is sweet with a strong and bold Muscat flavor. Bred to be seedless, a bunch of Green Muscat grapes can reach up to two pounds.

The Peach pineapple is smaller in size than a Hawaiian pineapple and can weigh between 14 and 28 ounces. Its exterior turns a red orange hue when ripe and its interior flesh is bright pearlescent white with a soft edible core. The fruit is creamy, tender and juicy, offering a balanced sweet tart pineapple flavor with nuances of peach. Slightly sharp in flavor when first harvested the acidity of the Peach pineapple will mellow after a few days in storage.

The Peach pineapple is smaller in size than a Hawaiian pineapple and can weigh between 14 and 28 ounces. Its exterior turns a red orange hue when ripe and its interior flesh is bright pearlescent white with a soft edible core. The fruit is creamy, tender and juicy, offering a balanced sweet tart pineapple flavor with nuances of peach. Slightly sharp in flavor when first harvested the acidity of the Peach pineapple will mellow after a few days in storage.

Pitaya is oval to oblong, up to four inches long, and may be red, peach-colored or yellow. This grapefruit-sized fruit actually grows on a climbing cactus. Its spongy pulp is white or sometimes pinkish red, sweet and juicy with numerous tiny edible black seeds suspended in it's flesh.

Pitaya is oval to oblong, up to four inches long, and may be red, peach-colored…

Red tamarillo fruit is petit and teardrop shaped with a glossy smooth cranberry hued skin and succulent flesh containing small soft edible seeds. The skin is thin and far too bitter and tannin rich for palatable raw consumption. Its flesh, though, when ripe, is bright, sweet-tart and piquant in flavor. Red tamarillo varieties have a naturally higher acid content than golden tamarillos.

Red tamarillo fruit is petit and teardrop shaped with a glossy smooth cranberry hued skin and succulent flesh containing small soft edible seeds. The skin is thin and far too bitter and tannin rich for palatable raw consumption. Its flesh, though, when ripe, is bright, sweet-tart and piquant in flavor. Red tamarillo varieties have a naturally higher acid content than golden tamarillos.

How To Make Homemade Wine... I didn't follow the recipe exactly, just got a bottle of grape juice, a few cups of sugar, and a packet of bread yeast, activated the yeast with hot water and sugar then mixed it all in the bottle and let it sit for a couple weeks... make sure the lid is loose enough to let some air out thought or it will burst!!

if you ain't a 10 you're a tippin and spillin that homemade wine on tied-on, t-shirt.

The Seedless watermelon has the same trademark two-toned variegated green skin and juicy, aromatic sweet flesh as the common watermelon. Though devoid of the ubiquitous black seeds of common watermelons, the Seedless watermelon may contain a trace amount of white, edible seeds. Depending on variety and region of cultivation, average weights can range from six to twenty-five pounds. Look for watermelons with nice even color except for a yellow patch where it laid on the ground.

The Seedless watermelon has the same trademark two-toned variegated green skin and juicy, aromatic sweet flesh as the common watermelon. Though devoid of the ubiquitous black seeds of common watermelons, the Seedless watermelon may contain a trace amount of white, edible seeds. Depending on variety and region of cultivation, average weights can range from six to twenty-five pounds. Look for watermelons with nice even color except for a yellow patch where it laid on the ground.

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