Originally Posted by BobF
The biggest advantage to me is that the juice is sterile coming out of the juicer. . .
Bob, I have a question for you. If you juice a wild fruit (elderberry, grapes,etc.) and then use for wine, do you omit the step of putting K-Meta on the juice?
I just started 3 gallons of Norton juice that I steam-juiced, and I added K-Meta as usual before adding the yeast starter. I went the juicer route because I harvested the grapes over a several week period of time. Cleaned them, froze them, then when all the grapes were harvested, I thawed and steam-juiced them.
Just got home from work, and it's foaming very nicely.