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Sourdough Date Muffins
Peanut Brownie Meringue Cookies
Cheese Grills with Asparagus Filling
Sweet and Sour Fish
The Bacon Breggin
Glazed Raisin BunView Instructable »
Corned Beef Sandwiches - love 'em!
Apricot and Nutmeg Cookie Buns
LOL Biscuit Bun (Lemon Orange Lime)
Apple and Walnut Moaf
Dark Chocolate MuffinsView Instructable »
Double Dog (sausage stuffed bread)
Chicken Sandwich for the perfect work lunch
In principle yes, though fruits have differing levels of fructose (sweetness) which determines how much sugar you'll add to your wine must. I can't give you a simple rule or formula to cover all fruits so would suggest you google a wine recipe for the fruit you have. Good luck...wine making is a wonderful endeavour.