How to make cotton gin from a seedling cotton crop

If you’re a fan of cotton gin, this is for you.

The fruit is sweet and aromatic, and you’ll find a huge variety of varieties, ranging from sweet reds and pinks to creamy white, pink, and yellow.

You can use it in salads, soups, stews, and stews made from it, too.

Here’s how to make a homemade cotton gin: Wash a few stems of cotton, cut it into quarters, and then scoop out the seeds.

Remove the stems and discard the seeds in a blender or food processor.

Mix the seed mix with water, a little sugar, salt, and pepper.

Add the rest of the ingredients, including the crushed seeds, to a bowl.

Let sit for 15 minutes.

When the seeds are ready, place them in a large plastic bag, seal the bag, and store it in the refrigerator.

After a couple of weeks, the fruit will have soft, tender seeds, which can be eaten.

(Read more about how to grow cotton.)