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The perfect ripe pear is the sweetest and most fragrant of all fruits, but the perfect ripe moment is very short.
Turning ripe fruit into pear nectar is a way to extend your enjoyment of the short season.
Pears do not release juice as easily as oranges and other fruits, but pear nectar--
A pear mud that is thin enough to drink-
Simple to make, no special equipment required.
Peel the pear with a peeler or vegetable peeler, and be careful to use as little meat as possible with the skin.
Place the cut pear on the cutting plate and cut it vertically;
The core, seeds and flower ends are then cut off with a peeling knife.
Chop up the pear;
Transfer them to a heavy
Pot bottom, 1/4 cups of water.
The water provides steam to soften the pears and help release their natural juices, which helps prevent them from sticking to the pan in the first few minutes of cooking.
Cook the pears until they are almost tender.
The less they cook, the fresher the taste will be.
Mix pears in small quantities with a soaking mixer or in a traditional mixer or food processor.
Press the slurry fine
Mesh filter with wooden spoon or silicon spatula to remove any scattered seeds or core or skin.
Dilute the slurry with cold water until it reaches a drinkable consistency; then taste it.
Add Fine, fast-
Dissolve sugar or substitute sweeteners if the nectar is sour; dissolve lemon juice if it is very sweet.
Refrigerate the original pulp immediately, or pack it well and use it after freezing.