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Heat a small cup of juice up to about 100 degrees (not too hot or it will kill your yeast), add about 1/8 teaspoon of yeast and a pinch of sugar, stir, and wait. After 5-10 minutes the yeast should start to foam as it begins to consume the sugar; then you know it's ready to add to the juice bottle.
Nov 26, 2015 … Method. Strain your diluted, reduced-acid fruit juice into your brewing vessel. Add some cultured yeast to your juice. After you've left your juice to sit for a week or so, use a length of plastic tubing to transfer your juice from the original container and into a clean fermenting vessel.
Increasingly popular, the hobby of making wine from gjuice comes in two
formats: sterile and frozen. In turning these juices into fine wine, the winemaker …
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Easy to follow step by step instructions tell you how to make wine at home from gjuice …
Jul 29, 2017 … Will natural gjuice from a can ferment? Paired with other wine making
materials, grocery store juices are a great way to learn how to make …
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