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Starting a Plum Wine

Friday I cut up twelve pounds of plums (pitting them, but leaving the skin on). I found a great deal at the supermarket and decided it was time! I found a recipe in Terri Garey’s book for “Plum or Nectarine” … Continue reading

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Racking The New Stuff

Fruity-sweetness canned? Check. Finished ferments bottled? Check. Well, then it is probably time to check in on my newest batches! Blackberry! Blueberry! Cherry! It is probably worth mentioning that everything went smoothly in setting up these ferments. In a previous … Continue reading

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Back Home, Busy

Well, I finally got back home last weekend. While gone, Clemson received record amounts of rain, and experienced a lot of flooding. Our vegetable garden fared better than expected, but not spectacularly. The weeds were even more impressed by the … Continue reading

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Catching Up, part 2

Continuing the recount of June… Mint Liqueur My mint liqueur has finished maturing, but I have not really had an opportunity to check it and see how my test results will come out. And it will likely be a while… … Continue reading

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May 4, 2013: May The 4th Be With You

It’s been a busy day, and quite the busy end to the week! Starting Thursday evening, I began a pomegranate wine based off of fresh-pressed, not from concentrate (so it says) juice. Thursday was building the must, then Thursday to … Continue reading

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