Alder Burns wrote: consider adding some more sugar
John Polk wrote:I was informed that the cider (apple) mother would not work with wine (grapes)
Craig Dobbelyu wrote:How much does the flavor change in the vinegar making process? My wine has Dandelion, Ginger, Orange and lemon zest and cloves. Might make a decent salad vinegar. Maybe?
Leila Rich wrote:
Craig Dobbelyu wrote:I'll soon know, since there's cinnamon, ginger, rhubarb, plum and blackberries in mine!
And the results were..... drum roll please!
mary jayne richmond wrote:just found a great post from Leila Rich about bad wine into vinegar, maybe thats what i will do
soak my sock not sock my sock ....aagghh
mary jayne richmond wrote:oohhh... sangria sounds good.. Chad, maybe i could sock my sock in it
Rhys Firth wrote:Distill it. There is good alcohol in there to make antiseptics, essential oil extraction, cleaners, or fuel.
Just make sure you aren't in some state where simple possession of a still is illegal.
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