How to make dandelion wine

Dandelion wine is a wine made from dandelions. It is usually made from the flowers, but the leaves and stem can be used as well. The wine has a long history and was once used as a medicine.

Dandelion wine is made by soaking the dandelions in water, then adding sugar and yeast. The mixture is then left to ferment for several weeks. The final product is a sweet, slightly fizzy wine which has a variety of uses. It can be drunk on its own, or used in cocktails. It is also used in cooking, and can be added to sauces, soups, and other dishes.

This is a unique and interesting drink with a long history. If you are looking for something different to try, dandelion wine may be the perfect choice.

how to make dandelion wine
Dandelion wine is believed to have many health benefits, including reducing inflammation, helping with weight loss, and improved digestion.

Ingredients required

1 gallon dandelion flowers
1 pound granulated sugar
1 pound raisins
1 orange
1 lemon
1 gallon boiling water
1 teaspoon yeast

Instructions on how to make dandelion wine

1. Gather dandelion flowers. Be sure to choose flowers that have not been sprayed with pesticides.
2. Place dandelion flowers in a large container.
3. Add granulated sugar, raisins, and the peel of one orange and one lemon to the container.
4. Pour boiling water over ingredients and stir until sugar is dissolved.
5. Cover container with a towel and let sit for 48 hours.
6. After 48 hours, add yeast to the mixture.
7. Stir well and cover.
8. Let mixture sit for 2-3 weeks, stirring occasionally.
9. After 2-3 weeks, strain mixture and pour into bottles.
10. Cork bottles and store in a cool, dark place.
11. Enjoy your homemade wine!

Once you have made your wine

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