Our neighbors planted a grape vine several years ago that clings to fence separating the two yards. The grapes, which usually ripen in September, are thin-skined, seedless, and white. While these grapes are perfect for fresh eating, we've been trying to utilize them as best we can in our culinary creations. We squeezed them for juice a few times, which turned out pretty good. We made grape jelly one year. My mother has also dehydrated them to make raisins.
I might make white vinegar this year...
|White seedless grapes on the vine.|
|Grape vine along our fence.|