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Non-Alcoholic Beverage Gooseberry Fruit Cordial Recipe

Best Fruit Cordial Beverage Recipe

Gooseberry fruit cordial is a delicious beverage with a unique strawberry, tomato pineapple like blend taste.

Gooseberry Fruit Legends
Gooseberry, which derives its name from the Anglo-Saxon word crós, a curl, German kraus, and Old Dutch kroes. Gooseberries were also named Feaberry, Dewberry and Wineberry. Except if you are a sailor, to dream of ripe Gooseberries is considered as a fortunate sign. It forecasts prosperity, a faithful significant other, many children, and success of your goals. To the sailor, to dream of Gooseberries, indicates dangers in the next sea voyage.

Non-Alcoholic Beverage Gooseberry Fruit Cordial Recipe

Make bottles full of excellent gooseberry fruit cordials.

Non-Alcoholic Beverage Gooseberry fruit Cordial Recipe

3 cups fresh or frozen gooseberries
1/2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries
4 cups granulated sugar
2 oz citric acid
7 cups of water

Place the sugar into a large saucepan. Pour the boiling water over the sugar and stir until dissolved, leave to cool. Add the citric acid and stir, then finally add gooseberries to the water and stir again. Cover with a clean cloth and leave to steep for 48 hours. Strain through a clean fine muslin cloth into a clean bowl. Using a funnel, fill bottles and seal and store in a cool, dark place for 3 weeks. Gooseberry fruit cordial is delicious diluted with seltzer water. Once a bottle is opened, store in the refrigerator.

Gooseberry Fruits

The African gooseberry fruit is rich in vitamin A, and vitamin C. Native to Peru and Chile, today gooseberries grow in 34 out of 54 African countries.

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