Foraging is an innate part of human endeavor, and in earlier centuries one essential for survival. Apart from providing food, wild plants yield the fundamental ingredients to produce wine, which, to many people, has a civilizing quality. Detailed in this practical book are wines you can inexpensively make at home. These include:
- Wines created from flowers
- Wines produced from fruits
- Vegetable and root wines
- Grain, leaf and stem wines
"Wines don't have to be made from just grapes. From root to fruit, let this book be your guide to a whole world of country wines to discover. Learn how easy and satisfying it is to capture nature's bounty in a bottle while harvesting your own ingredients from your backyard and beyond for your own homemade country wines"
Brad Ring, Publisher, WineMaker magazine, www.winemakermag.com.
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About the Author
Len Hopkins enjoys the challenge and fun of living a "self-sufficient" lifestyle. This book is the culmination of thirty years' practice in foraging and fermenting.