Pattie Vargas is an avid home winemaker and the co-author of several books, including Cordials from Your Kitchen and Making Wild Wines & Meads. She. Making Wild Wines Meads has ratings and 16 reviews. SterlingSpider said: I’ m going to break my review of this book into two components, the instructi. Making Wild Wines & Meads by Pattie Vargas, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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I know I have a lot more to learn than any one book can teach me, but this was a great one to start with A great introduction to home wine- and mead-making, and lots of wonderful recipies I can’t wait to try. Alicia Mitsch rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Refresh and try again.
Considering all the items they recommend you get from a brew supply already, household bleach should not be the focus of the sterilization section. There’s a fairly nice balance of explanation and brevity, and I appreciated that it took the time to break a few things d I’m going to break my review of this book into two components, the instructions and the recipes.
Yvette Hunter rated it it was amazing Nov 30, This is an useful reference for the off-gridder, homesteader, or survivalist. There’s a fairly nice balance of explanation and brevity, and I appreciated that it took the time to break a few things down that are taken sort of for granted in higher level texts. Conrad rated it really liked it Oct 17, Lemon-Thyme Metheglin, Rose Hip Melomel, and Pineapple-Orange Delight are just the beginning of an unexplored world of delightfully natural wild wines.
Jen rated it really liked it Dec 17, There were others, as well, but with a few other reference books and assistance from experienced brewers, these things should sort themselves out.
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Apricots, blueberries, kiwi, too. Description Make extraordinary homemade wines from everything but grapes! It discusses techniques for making meads, fruit wines, herbal wines and floral wines, as mwads as wine meant just for use in cooking. Storey PublishingJan 1, – Cooking – pages. I hope to eventually try all recipes! Selected pages Title Page.
There are variations of most of the wines to account for different tastes: Book ratings by Goodreads. I live in a very old town and looked in all the stores and local library.
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I know I have a lot more to learn than any one book can teach me, but this was a great one to start with. Return to Book Page. The Best Books of That being said; if you’re old hat at home brewing it is probably worth taking a read-through for a baseline understanding of the practices the recipes are based on, a quick refresher, and perhaps a different way of wording things you might like better Jagendorf’s is the use of yeast on toast as a yeast nutrient, and the absence of modern tannin, acid blend, and yeast nutrients.
It discusses techniques for making meads, fruit wines, herbal wines and floral wines, as well as wine mean If you want to get into magical homebrewing, these recipes will inspire you!
The directions are of the “tried and true” variety with a few procedural options thrown in, but not enough to overwhelm and believe me, brewing can get AWFULLY overwhelming.
Lemon-Thyme Metheglin, Rose Hip Melomel, and Pineapple-Orange Delight are just the beginning of an unexplored world of delightfully natural wild wines. If you want to get into magical homebrewing, these recipes will inspire wlld Dec 11, Dawn rated it really liked it. Rich GullingPattie Vargas No preview available – Shipping was timely and the price was right.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Some brew science is still a bit deeper then I’m personally interested in going right now, and sometimes it’s awfully nice to be able follow a pre-tested recipe to approximate the results I’m looking for rather then having to calculate every additive based on tables and graphs, aild I think that alone will keep this book near the top of my reference pile for this hobby.
Nolan rated it liked it Jan 19,