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winemanden

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Hmmm, can you make wine from that?
A old Country way of making wine from a Marrow, was to take a large marrow, slice off the top, scoop out the seeds, fill it with brown sugar, put bakers yeast on top, a sprinkle of citric acid, replace the lid (top), and stand in a bucket until the ferment ended.
I made it myself way back last mid century. It ended up as a very sweet dark brown strong wine.
Trouble was, quite a few folks forgot to add acid and it tasted like Syrup of Figs:slp🤮:s
 
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A old Country way of making wine from a Marrow, was to take a large marrow, slice off the top, scoop out the seeds, fill it with brown sugar, put bakers yeast on top, a sprinkle of citric acid, replace the lid (top), and stand in a bucket until the ferment ended.
I made it myself way back last mid century. It ended up as a very sweet dark brown strong wine.
Trouble was, quite a few folks forgot to add acid and it tasted like Syrup of Figs:slp🤮:s

Just wondering how long you had to stand in a bucket for the ferment?
 

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