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Making Wild Wines and Meads Review: My husband used to brew beer back before the kids created time and space issues. We recently decided to get back into the art of fermenting things and started with a simple mead recipe. What kinds of things can be fermented?
I never really stopped to think about the types of things that can be fermented. I knew the basic fermented beverages beer, wine, mead, and hard cider but that was about it. We are hoping to find LOCAL sources of ingredients and thought this would be a good place to start looking for tips!
I was impressed with the number of fermenting options available in this book. There are a ton of things that grow right in my garden that I can use. Snow peas, tomatoes, garlic, rhubarb and many others. There are recipes for fermenting fruits, vegetables, flowers, and an assortment of savory ingredients like ginger or garlic. Each recipe will make one gallon of finished product and includes detailed ingredient lists. The short introduction to each recipe gives you useful tips or interesting tidbits about the recipe.
Learning How to Ferment Since not everyone has experience making fermented beverages, there is a great introduction that teaches everything from choosing equipment to deciding which strain of yeast to use for your recipe.
There is also a very handy glossary at the end if you forget some of the terminology. The one drawback that I see in the setup of this book is that the directions within each recipe are not particularly detailed. You will need to be familiar with the basics of fermenting, racking, siphoning and bottling which are all described in the first few chapterd.
Just make sure not to skip the first few chapters in your rush to get into the kitchen!
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