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Pour 1 gallon ... also mentions putting wine in "cask." Katie ... and Grandpa for a couple of day in the summer and picking dandelions to make this wine.
Let stand 24 hours and drain. Take juice out of oranges and lemons - grind rinds. Dissolve yeast in a little warm water. Add sugar. Add all to above. ...
Pour 4 quarts ... 3 quarts of dandelion blossoms. (Do not ... ceased to work, strain and put in bottles and cork. The process will probably take 6 to 8 weeks.
Pour 1 gallon ... over 1 gallon dandelion blossoms and let ... fermenting, bottle the wine. (Blossoms must ... sun is shining or the flavor will be lost.)
To 1 gallon water add 3 quarts yellow dandelion blossoms (separated from ... sugar, then place wine in a crock ... to bottles or leave in barrel or crock.
Boil above 30 ... 3 bottles. Place dandelion blossoms and four ... into 3 clean wine bottles. Seal. Let ... storage several years. Gets better with age.
Stir daily for ... cup rum. Put dandelion blossoms and 4 ... needed to get good clear wine. Filter and tubing can be bought where they sell fish accessories.
Place dandelion blossoms, sugar and ... liquid to crock. Restrain through cloth every two weeks until completely clear. Bottle and seal. Store in cool place.
Pour boiling water over blooms. Add lemons and let set 3 days in warm place. Strain and boil for 15 minutes. Add sugar and stir. Let ferment. Strain, ...
Pour 1 gallon ... also mentions putting wine in "cask." Katie ... and Grandpa for a couple of days in the summer and picking dandelions to make this wine.
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