I have a question about the recipe "Concord Grape Upside-Down Cake" from Erin McDowell. What do you do about the pits in the grapes?
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would look for seedless ones. I often get seedless "thomcord" grapes, which are as good as the seedy concords.
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Hi Stephanie! There's instructions for removing the seeds as part of the jam making step in ste 1!
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