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Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill

4883 East S.R. 46, Nashville, IN - (812) 371-1628
Posted By Cindy Miller on 5/24/2010 7:14:00 PM
One of the great secrets of Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill is persimmon. Only available "while it lasts," persimmon pudding, preserves, and even frozen persimmon pulp can be purchased at the Mill. Similar to plum pudding, with a taste that made us guess "spice cake?" "licorice?" "pumpkin?" "flowers?" the persimmon pudding is a treat not to be missed, so be sure to look for a sign on the fridge or ask! For other alternatives to the amazing baked apple butter, try cherry or pear butter, too! All are made with the same simple ingredients as their preserves, but without the pectin. Lots of sugar-free varieties are available, as well.

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Persimmon Pudding
Cherry Butter
Apple butter
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This was a rainy day in September 2007.  Feeling a little gloomy, I stopped in and was glad for it.  It's a wonderful little place.
"This was a rainy day in September 2007. Feeling a little gloomy, I stopped in and was glad for it. It's a wonderful little place."
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