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I have several plum trees because I wanted variety, but I know we will never get through all the ripe plums from three trees! I normally compost what I cant use, but having seen this video on using green plums, I don't  think I shall ever have to do that again!
 
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I love her videos!

Such concise information without talk...and beautifully filmed.

 
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Judith Browning wrote:I love her videos!

Such concise information without talk...and beautifully filmed.

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IKNOW! All her films are like that. Prepare for a few more coming your way!

 
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Wow, thank you Mandy!  I haven't seen her videos before...so inspiring.  I can't wait to watch more.
 
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These are now my favorite YouTube videos!  Everything about these videos is so beautiful and so much beyond my dreams for my place....which is perfect as I always want to be stretching for something beyond my current reach.  I posted another series that I love here that I also love that's filmed in eastern Canada.  It's Kitchen Vignettes from PBS.  Thank you again Mandy!
 
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I'm another fan of this youtube channel!! it is amazing the stuff that she makes. Much of it is seriously involved but some of it is actually attainable!
 
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Ah, I know what they're doing! I've seen the Japanese instructions for this. Those must be Ume - which are somehow always translated as plums, but are actually closer to being apricots?  The first set of jars you put the green ume in layers with salt. In Japan they also add some red Shiso leaves or such to dye the salted plums red. Those end up as the ubiquitous salt pickled plums you see in classic Bento rice as Umeboshi.

The second set of jars are layered with rock sugar and a hard liqour (soju/shochu) is poured over. The plum wine is ready by the next year's ume harvest.

I've always wanted to try this, but can't get my hands on Ume plums. I never hear of uses for the ripe plums, vaguely remember hearing they weren't so good?
Wiki page has a lot of quick info on that type of plum.

Now I'm going to have to look into this again with an eye to using whatever I have on hand. Fruit liquor and salt pickles!


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HAD to know, so searched for making umeboshi with regular plums and found this, so now I have a new project!
 
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