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This is my first Instructable and English is not my native language. So please bear with me and my poor spelling :-) I will show how to make ...
300 gr frozen (or fresh) Raspberry165 gr white Sugar365 ml of vinegar (I use Cider Vinegar)1 tablespoon of dried yeast
Pour the vinegar in a saucepan on the stoveHeat it up and dissolve the sugar in the liquid, while stirring with a spoonDo not boil it - just ...
Mix the hot vinegar in a bowl with the thaw out raspberriesAdd 1 tablespoon of dried yeast and stir well
Cover the bowl with some kitchen rollLay a lid on (leave a gap, so air from the fermentation can escape)Let the mix stand at roomtemperature for two days
Sieve the mix in a strainerStir well until the juice has left the the mixPrepare some boiling water in a kettlePour the mashed raspberries in a small cup/bowlCover ...
Get some bottles with screw- or flip topClean the bottles wellIt is easier to fill the bottles if you pour from a jug
Use your favourite editor to make the labelPrint it on ordinarily paperSpray the print with some waterproofing preparation (Same thing as you would use for your shoes.) This ...
The product is now finish and ready to use in your kitchen or as a hostess gift.Instead of Raspberry try the same method with:BlackberryBlueberry
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