How to Make Pumpkin Juice

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you will learn how to make a juice from the harry potter series!

Step 1: Get the STUFF

you will need:

2 cups of pumpkin, chopped up into chunks
2 cups of apple juice
1/2 cup of pineapple juice
1 teaspoon of honey (more or less to your liking
Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg and/or Allspice (all ground, to taste)

Step 2: Get Cooking

Step 1: Juice the pumpkin pieces by squeezing through a cheesecloth or using a juicer if you have one.

Step 2: Pour the pumpkin juice, apple juice and pineapple juice into a blender.

Step 3: Add the honey (we recommend you start with 1 teaspoon, as you can add some later!) to the juices and blend thoroughly.

Step 4: Add your spices (to taste). This might take some experimentation to get right.

Step 5: Chill your pumpkin juice or serve iced and enjoy!

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    durgan1712

    4 years ago on Introduction

    http://www.durgan.org/URL/?TLUOH 21 September 2014 Pumpkin Juice

    One 25 pound pumpkin was made into 21 liters of juice. The pumpkin was
    cut into small pieces, covered with water and cooked until soft, beat
    into a slurry and strained through a food mill. The juice was placed in
    liter jars and pressure canned at 15 PSI for 15 minutes for storage.A
    temperature sensor was placed in one jar to insure the inside
    temperature got to 121C.The temperature senors were received recently.

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    KD7CAO

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm a bit confused. When you say "cut the pumpkin up and squeezethrough a piece of cloth" I assume your talking about the meat ofthe pumpkin. In other words the same part you would make pumpkin pie outof. Also, that part won't release much juice until it has been cookeddown, similar to making pumpkin pie or squashes. Since it is a gourd.

    Could you please be a little more specific on your instructions and addadditional photos detailing each of the major steps.

    Thanks

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    gisagisaKD7CAO

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I make a similar juice out of carrots, and what I do is to blend the raw carrots with water and then squeeze trough the cheesecloth. It works.

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    joeyoheeohKD7CAO

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I was wondering about this too.  The pieces would have to be cooked to get them through the cheesecloth, right?  I'm assuming you bake the pumpkin like you would if making a pie (cut in half, 350 degrees for 1 hour), then juice those pieces?

    What I did was buy pumpkin pie filling in a can. It's rather liquidy. Then I grabbed a large amount and put it in a clean towel over a funnel and squeezed it. Juice from it just drains through but no pumpkin does.

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    SageMinto

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I am so interested to know how this tastes!! :P
    I need a pumpkin though...

    professor trelawney never says that harry is the grim,
    she tells him that his given omen is the grim, not he himself.
    by the way, this omen means a terrible future, one most likely ending in death.

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    daemonkrogmg0930mg

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Actually all of them were right.. that's the funny part. The part about the grim was just a mistake.. it was a dog not the grim.

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    Thanks for this, I made some for a Harry Potter party and it was a hit.
    + Forgive me for the spoilers. When people are wrong I feel the need to correct them.

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    whscameragal

    9 years ago on Step 2

    uhm i dont get what you meen by pumpkin do you meen like the outer part or the inner goop minus the seeds?

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    hollenback.cwhscameragal

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 2

     They mean the meat of the pumpkin, It's the thick rind of the pumpkin, minus the skin. Like the chunks that are left over when you are done carving a pumpkin (although I would get cooking pumpkins for this, not carving pumpkins, cooking pumpkins taste better).