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How to Make & Can Rhubarb Juice

I am happy to share with you my recipe for How to Make Rhubarb Juice, and how to can it too.

rhubarbIt’s a super delicious summer cooler – tangy and bright and a nice change.

How to Make & Can Rhubarb Juice:

Type: Beverage Recipe

Prep Time: 10 – 15 min
Maceration Time: up to 3 hrs
Cook Time: heat just up to the boil
Process Time: 15 min
Cool Time: 24 hrs

rhubarb - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rheum_rhabarbarum.2006-04-27.uellue.jpgIngredients:

  • fresh rhubarb – trimmed & washed
  • sugar
  • water

Instructions:

  • Notes:
    • Having chosen tender, bright, red stalks, discarding the leaves and green parts, the rhubarb is ready to prepare for making juice.
    • Your jars should be washed, sterilized and hot. The lids should also be washed & sterilized.
  1. Chop the rhubarb into 1 inch segments.
  2. For each quart of chopped rhubarb, add 1/2 cup of sugar and allow to stand in a cool area.
  3. Stir the rhubarb occasionally until the juices begin to flow – no longer than 3 hrs.
  4. In a large pot, mix one quart of water with each 5 quarts of fruit. Heat quickly until the water begins to boil.
  5. 10 Inch Mesh Strainer - shop.cookingwithkimberly.comStrain through a mesh and heat to 190 degrees.
  6. Pour the juice into the prepared hot jars leaving 1/2 inch head-space.
  7. Apply the lids to the juice filled jars.
  8. Into a large processing pot with just enough boiling water to barely cover the tops of the jars, place the juice jars and process for 15 min.
  9. Remove the jars and place on a towel, covering the jars with another towel and allow to stand until they come to room temperature.
  10. Allow the jars to remain as they are for an additional 24 hrs. Then, transfer the jars to a dry, cool, dark location for storage.

This rhubarb juice will be a welcome beverage when you want something special and delicious.


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Author: Ingrid Turner

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