Corn Juice From Fir Tree Tips

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Total time: 1 hour



For the corn juice of fir wiperfln pick off the fresh, beautifully bright green shoots of fir trees and wash them carefully. Add water and bring to a boil together with the wiperfln. Boil the fir tree shoots for some time until soft.

Then strain the liquid through a soft cloth, letting the fir-tip juice run into a container.

Bring sugar and water to a boil and boil down until you can do the thread test. Boil the wipferl juice together with the sugar again.

Pour into sterile containers and store in a cool place.

Corn juice from fir tree sap makes a wonderful syrup for punch bowls or mixed with water makes a delicious refreshing drink. Pure or stirred into a tea, it is a well-known remedy for the relief of colds.

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