Should offer all the recipes in a book as a collection.
Also a herbal medicine book would be great.
Thanks and God bless
We are so glad that you are enjoying them, Steven! I will pass your feedback along to our publisher.
For Dandelion Wine using 1 yeast cake , would that be the entire 2 ounce cake?
Labeled : One 2 oz cake= 3 small (0.6oz) cakes =3 packets (1/4oz) dry yeast.
Red Star brand
Interesting article. I've made several fruit wines had 18 5-gal carboys going at once. Used wine yeats from a local deaker and the carboys had air traps so no air gets to the wine. Sterilize everything. Having that many carboys going at once produced some amazing smells in the house. Have to rack them off at various times. I've made Dandelion, Blueberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Apple, Choke Cherry, Apple-Blueberry, Elderberry (the skins and seeds are something, tough) , Concord Grape and combined various liquids . There are some good how-to-do wine books available. Also your local wine supply store can give good info and supplies needed. It was fun both in collecting the fruits and making the wine. Expect at the most 10% alcohol. I collected many bottles (no cost) and filled them. .Could turn into an interesting hobby. Did his several years. Gave many bottles away. Blueberry wine and blue cheese on crackers is great.
Hey, not sure if you saw it recently-ish; but, someone asked a little bit back on that as well. The reply was 2 ounces of yeast.
I'm willing to try it full strength the first time and adjust from there. I made some once before (different recipe) and it was Awful! He he. Just the first time brewing anything. Later projects were Much more successful.
I wish you Luck in your brewing adventure!
I am new to this, and I was wondering if I can make half of this recipe, or if that is not a good idea? Also, I have been unable to find a yeast cake at any of our local grocery stores and wondering if there is any substitution?