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Re: Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

A year? Guess I could try again and see if I can get it to last longer. ________________________________ From: "Galefridus Peregrinus galefridus@...
Correus
Sep 30, 2014
#5593
 
5592

Re: Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

I have some that's about a year old that seems still good. Some crystalization occurred with a month, probably because of the reduced temperature, but given
Galefridus Peregrinus
Sep 30, 2014
#5592
 
5591

Re: Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

Ave Correus. I canned my products, waterbath for ten minutes. It can also be frozen with minimal loss of quality. Asa -- The Work will teach you how.
asa in svarta
Sep 30, 2014
#5591
 
5590

Re: Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

Galefridus - how long does it last for you? This is what I normally do but I had some Defrutum and Caroenum that didn't seem "right". Correus
Correus
Sep 29, 2014
#5590
 
5589

Anise Seed - OT

Hello Everyone! The wife and I really do not care for Anise Seed - neither one of use like licorice. I'm wanting to make some Ciambelle al vino but just about
Correus
Sep 29, 2014
#5589
 
5588

Re: Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

Refrigerated, in a glass jar. -- Galefridus On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 12:23 PM, Correus correus@... [Apicius] wrote:   Salvete, omnes! For those of you
Galefridus Peregrinus
Sep 29, 2014
#5588
 
5587

Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum Storage

Salvete, omnes! For those of you who make your Defrutum, Caroenum, Oeongarum & Hydrogarum how do you store it? Apicius vobiscum ~ Correus
Correus
Sep 29, 2014
#5587
 
5586

Re: Mustum, caroenum, oenegarum

Unfortunately there are no wine suppliers that have wine grapes available here in Kansas. The closest ones to me - on an industrial level - are about 500
Correus
Sep 29, 2014
#5586
 
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Re: Mustum, caroenum, oenegarum

I will admit to cheating -- I buy the juice, rather than the grapes. But then, I'm not using it to make wine. I do try to use the more ancient varieties,
Galefridus Peregrinus
Sep 29, 2014
#5585
 
5584

Mustum, caroenum, oenegarum

It seems appropriate to mention that wine grapes are in at better wine suppliers. Many will press for you for a nominal fee. My local had 20 varieties and
asainsvarta
Sep 29, 2014
#5584
 
5583

Re: Gluten Free Help Needed!!!!

Thanks Claudia! ________________________________ From: "Cristal Delamer cristaldelamer@... [Apicius]" To:
Correus
Sep 9, 2014
#5583
 
5582

Re: Gluten Free Help Needed!!!!

Here you go. Everyone in my fermenting group swears by this bread. Bonus is you have to make a quick sourdough starter before you put the dough together which
Cristal Delamer
Sep 9, 2014
#5582
 
5581

Re: Gluten Free Help Needed!!!!

How about Buckwheat? I'm not entirely sure the Romans had or used it, but it is gluten free and makes a fabulous bread. Let me find the recipe and I'll post it
Cristal Delamer
Sep 9, 2014
#5581
 
5580

Re: Gluten Free Help Needed!!!!

Thanks Mercy - I'll look for it. Taste and texture is a big issue....when you bite into a loaf you expect it to taste and feel a certain way and the gluten
Correus
Sep 9, 2014
#5580
 
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Re: Gluten Free Help Needed!!!!

I realize this is a modern solution but America's Test Kitchen just released a book on gluten free baking. While I haven't bought this book yet, I have been
Mercy Neumark
Sep 9, 2014
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