There are many different kinds of raspberries; red, black, golden, purple and wild raspberries. They all are delicious and nutritional and require the same technique when removing the seeds from them. Some foods, like jellies, may be alright with seeds in the jam and some people may even prefer it that way. However there are people who do not like seeds in their desserts made from raspberries and some desserts need to have the seeds removed. You can learn how to remove the seeds from your raspberries effectively to make delicious desserts.
Wash the raspberries in cold water briefly to clean them. Do not wash the raspberries too long because they will absorb water and become mushy.
Pour the raspberries onto a paper towel and look for any sticks or other plant material you do not want in your raspberries and take them out. If you would like to use a food processor, place the raspberries into the processor and blend them until they are pureed. Place the raspberries into a bowl and mash them with a fork if you choose not to use a food processor.
Hold a sieve over a second bowl and pour the mashed or pureed raspberries into the sieve. Mash the raspberries with a spoon to force the raspberry pulp and juices through into the bowl while the seeds remain in the sieve. Discard the seeds and you are done.
Cassie Skelley has been writing articles about computers, electronics, video games and personal care for the Ikana Kai newsletter and Bon Losee Beauty College since 2005. Skelley majored in biology at Brigham Young University-Hawaii and in cosmetology at Bon Losee.