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Bitter Red Grapes - Need ideas!
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Jess
Posted 2012-05-02 3:47 PM (#68652)
Subject: Bitter Red Grapes - Need ideas!



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I need some ideas... I bought a bag of large, seeded red grapes (by accident) that are VERY bitter. I don't want to waste them, but the kids won't eat them and neither will I. Any suggestions on what I can do with them?
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2012-05-02 5:02 PM (#68655 - in reply to #68652)
Subject: RE: Bitter Red Grapes - Need ideas!



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Make some wine!  LOL    
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Quercus Rubra
Posted 2012-05-02 5:13 PM (#68656 - in reply to #68652)
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How about making Chicken salad with them and add a touch of honey or sugar to counteract the bitterness of the grapes. If not try swimming them in sugar water over nite
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