|Concepts in Wine Chemistry|
|by Yair Margalit|
First published in 1997, CONCEPTS IN WINE CHEMISTRY was the first text and reference book in decades to explain the basic science behind the chemi...
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Hollandaise is one ... sauce, and white wine, just enough ... Hollandaise, do it right and it is so delicious on practically anything, even French Fries!
Fill jug with ... Shake well. Tie balloon with string. Balloon ... down again your wine should be ready. ... Also be sure to use a large heavy duty balloon.
Dissolve sugar in ... with very heavy balloon (childs' punching type) ... ordinary canning jars with tight fitting lids are best for storing finished wine.
Add some water; shake until sugar dissolves. Add water to shoulder of jar. Put balloon on jar top. Age 21 days (balloon will blow up by fermentation).
Dissolve yeast in ... gallon jug. Fill to the neck with warm water. Cap with a balloon. Let stand for 6 weeks in a warm place. Siphon into bottles and cap.
Mix yeast and ... mix well. Place balloon over the top ... degrees F. As wine works the balloon ... less natural sugar in that order. Experiment and enjoy!
Mix well and ... with water. Place balloon over mouth of ... then deflate. Keep at room temperature but not in sun. Takes several days longer to settle.
Mix juice, yeast, ... water until up to shoulders of bottle. Cover and shake. Remove cap and attach balloon with rubber band. Put in cool place for 3 weeks.
Mix sugar and ... top with warm water and hope the ABLE men don't get you. Stretch balloon over top and put rubber band around tightly. Leave for 20 days.
Mix well in ... glass bottle. Attach balloon on top and ... settle, then strain and bottle. Chill. Tastes like Dago Red or Burgundy. Takes 10 to 20 days.
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