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Friday, May 04, 2012

Wine not?

You can make wine as way of preserving nutrients from almost any fruit, or even dandelion blossoms. It might not taste like thirty dollars a bottle, but it will do for home consumption, or is useful in cooking, or, if it turned into vinegar, no need to dump it, as it makes a fine ingredient in water-bath canning, or making sauerkraut, or even as a cleaner. If worst comes to worst and it suffers from "flowers of wine," use it in making compost teas. Use any good guidebook or site to learn how, or find a mentor, and be sure to observe any applicable laws or regulations.


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