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Re: Kuchihamizake (corrected URL)

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  • waljaco
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    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 29, 2003
      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "waljaco" <waljaco@h...> wrote:
      > Central and South American indigenous tribes use salivary enzymes
      > when fementing grains and tubers, but the same process was also
      > to make 'Kuchihami no sake' or 'Chewed in the mouth sake' before
      > introduction of enzyme producing moulds from China enabling larger
      > volumes to be made. Possibly the use of salivary amylase was quite
      > widespread once.
      > There is an excerpt from 'The Book of Sake' by Garrison, Hirosho
      > Kondo, George Plympton, 1996, titled 'The Drink of the Gods'
      > the history of sake:
      > http://tinyurl.com/sxh3
      > Also:
      > 'Origin of Sake'
      > http://shofu.pref.ishikawa.jp/shofu/noto/04_2_e.html
      > 'Japanese Sake Story' (10 parts)
      > http://www.kikusui-sake.com/home/english/life02.html
      > Wal
      > So when you have no malt on hand, you have a solution within you!
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