I have a batch of plum (actually pluot) working, and yesterday I transferred it to the secondary.
I had put the chopped plums in a cheesecloth bag, but when I pulled it out, I saw that some a fair amount of small pieces of the flesh had escaped the bag and were floating about.
I sterilized a strainer and did my best to get all of that out, but I see there's some (not a lot, but a little) in the secondary.
1) Will the presence of the fruit flesh cause a problem in the secondary?
2) How do I get it out of there -- even if I don't need to find a way to get it out right now, I certainly need to strain it out of there at the next racking, right?
Any help or suggestions you can provide this newbie will be appreciated!