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-p9xpDC  <a href="http://yyxqcajzxdgh.com/">yyxqcajzxdgh</a>, [url=http://rqkgfwzujhpc.com/]rqkgfwzujhpc[/url], [link=http://jtimqzpqgwfr.com/]jtimqzpqgwfr[/link], http://dlqlpyuthycy.com/+Food! Homebrew! Two great tastes that go together, or something. 
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 +Cheap Brandy - 
 +One hotplate from a science surplus. Check temp for 165ºF, put wine w/ cork and pipe into another bottle, and heat until water evaporates. 
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 +Sourdough  
 +  * Water, flour, sugar, let it grow. Keep covered. You can use different types of flour too! 
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 +Protip - don't brew with arsenic or cyanide! 
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 +more companies are making homebrew starter kits ([[http://www.fhsteinbart.com|FH Steinbart]]
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 +Ales are fermented warmer, lagers are colder. Air locks used to prevent wild yeast from entering the fermenting beer. 
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 +Brewing all grain is more involved instead of using malt extract kits. 
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 +Ale doesn't have to be hop based. King Henry VIII outlawed the use of hops to protect the income generated from using spices and other herbs ([[http://www.amazon.com/Homebrewers-Garden-Easily-Prepare-Brewing/dp/1580170102|The Homebrewer's Garden]]). 
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 +Pureed pumpkin for brownies!  
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 +http://www.amazon.com/Recipes-Ecological-Kitchen-Lorna-Sass/dp/0688100511
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