Is it possible to make fruit puree like boiron?

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I want to make some fruit puree that from my country but it's not popular maybe not like Boiron exactly but just not like a juice it not concentrated enough.

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chefpeon

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I make my own purée all the time. I like to call it Fruit Demiglace. I take whatever fruit I want, purée it, then slowly and I mean slowly (because you don’t want to burn it), cook it down over low heat until it’s very concentrated. Depending on the fruit, sometimes I’ll adjust the flavor with a little sugar at the end in case there is bitterness. Also, if I need the purée to be less liquid, I will add in a thickener, like tapioca starch or cornstarch at the end as well.
 
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I spent all this time trying to find out what a boiron fruit was until I realized it is a fruit puree company you are talking about.
 
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You were not alone o_O I had to google it.

Ramish - What is the final texture / thickness you are hoping for?
 

chefpeon

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Boiron's fruit purees are great, and very dependable when it comes to making pate de fruit especially. I can't get Boiron very easily in my location, which is why I make my own most of the time. You can get it on Amazon though.....2.2 lbs of most of the purees will set you back about $50.
 
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