Tag Archives: wine making
Here is an instructional video on juicing frozen blueberries in the Mehu-Liisa steam juicer from Finland. What a wonderful way to bring the light of summer into your winter kitchen. Rich, concentrated juice can be made into jelly, simple syrup, … Continue reading
I had a particularly successful trip to the farmers’ market today. The weather was cool and cloudy, no rain. After a nice strong cup of coffee, I headed over to my favorite stalls. Here are some of the results:
This time of year I usually have leftover berries from the previous season. It’s a good time for doing some juicing and processing. This spring I decided to make wine from my frozen raspberries.
Last November I started my annual batch of hard cider brewing. I had enough steamed-fruit juice and fresh-pressed cider to make 15 gallons. The recipes included steam juice of various apples, plums, sweet cherries, blueberries, and rhubarb. The ratios were … Continue reading
Making hard cider with steamed juice from the Mehu-Liisa steam juicer is fascinating and rewarding. Last year’s batch was delicious and I look forward to this year’s brewing. Below I give general info and some more specific tips on using … Continue reading