Homemade Grape Juice with a Steamer/Juicer, with my friend Shannon!
I filmed this video with my friend Shannon, an expert in juice making! In this video, we show you how to use a stovetop Steamer/Juicer to make delicious 100% pure and organic grape juice with no additives, sugar or chemicals. With a steamer/juicer making juice is not only fun, but it's also easy! You can make all different types of juice for just pennies, and store it for up to 2 years!
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@Dehydrate2store glad you are back
Love your vids…just a question: Does the steaming process kill vital nutrients and enzymes?
Also: Could you use this steamer to juice other fruits?
Thanks so much!
@shebirths Sorry…I meant Apples! 🙂
So how much juice do you get from a load in the steamer?
@Dehydrate2store Thank you! I see you wold use less jars also if you don’t dilute it.
@Dehydrate2store wow! Great! Thanks so much for replying! 🙂
@Dehydrate2store Yes, I would definately agree.:) The fruit juice people buy in the store is made from moldy fruit, pasteurized and filled with other yucky stuff. I generally fresh-juice for my family, if we’re going to have juice. But this is such a great idea for food storage!
My mother in law always gives me huge loads of grapes from her vine, and I always don’t know what to do with them…now I do! 🙂
fantastic! I’ve just been using my juicer, but I may look into that steamer in the near future!
Hi, great video. Just wondering though, can’t you use the steamed grapes to make raisins in the dehydrator after you get finished extracting the juice?
What a great video. Thanks
Now I want a juicer too!
Does Shannon have her own youtube? She’d be great to watch more often too!
Now I have to get a new toy. lol. Loved the video Very impressive. We’re planting grapes this year…Now I have more things to do with them. woohooo!
Got an Excalibur after watching your videos,and a food vac/sealer 🙂 Now a juicer/streamer is a must have. I really enjoy all of your videos. I’ve learned alot from you. Thank you so much for making them.
Thank you for your videos! I have learned so much. I was wondering how you were able to purchase the grapes for so cheap! Did you have to ask your local vineyard if you could purchase the left over juicing grapes? Or do they advertise for the public to come and pick their own grapes. Thanks!
Love your dehydrating videos! But I am alarmed that the girl did not water bath can her juice. I am sure if you did not know at the time that you do now know that- that is needed to correctly process juices. Also, would love to see dehydrating videos on 1 food item at a time. That way the whole process could be seen for that 1 type of food. Thank you!!
hi love this video I went and bought 1 when I seen this about 3 yrs ago 1 question could you tell us what the total cost was for grapes the jars lids etc .here in Australia mason jars are like 30plus dollars for 12 or less depending on the size.when your on a budget and trying to save money by doing it yrself its actually cheaper to just buy juice.I want to make it cheaper so I can do it at home and have it natural.i made mulberry juice of my tree and wow was nicer than cranberry I left it for 1 year though.so it was cheap in that sense because I had my wn tree but even buying grapes here I expensive often around 4 plus a kilo when they just come out there often around 20 a kilo .so was just wondering all up how much did each jar ot u with juice total .thanku 🙂
The audio isn’t working for this video 🙁 I’ve watched it before, just like to have it running in the background while I steam juice, and other D2S vid work ok, just this one. Help?
Looks like I’m not the only one who got no sound, I have made concorde grape juice and love it, perhaphs you could re do a new video on the subject matter?
No sound, please reload
Both my ears are lonely.
Wish I could hear this!!! No sound..but I watched anyway💞