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Wine Fining Agents And Their Uses

23rd June 2011
Have you ever encountered a situation where your home made wine refuses to clear? For some wine, this haze may clear if you refrigerate them for a few days but for certain wine, hazy particles will develop and float around the wine. The particles do not s... Read >
Author: Chuck Stark

What Are Lactobacillus Spores Used For?

22nd February 2011
Another term for lactobacillus spores is Bacillus coagulans. It is lactic-acid producing bacteria promoted to the public as probiotic. A probiotic is a microorganism known to be friendly and beneficial to its host when consumed. In today’s time, probiotic... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Buy kefir grains

20th December 2010
Kefir is an easy drink which is produced with the fermentation of sugar solution from many products including rice, water, sugar solution, milk, coconut and there are others. You really need to inject bacteria and yeast within the solution, leave it for a... Read >
Author: Carl Payne

Preventive Measures to Avoid Knee Pain

06th December 2010
Over time, most of our bones, joints and muscular tissues will be subjected to wear and tear which would make these organs less efficient in its function and also a lot more susceptible to damage. Therefore, it is very important to cater to these effects ... Read >
Author: Angel Rymes

Basic Vineyard Vocabulary

12th October 2010
If you are considering buying a chateau to run as a working French vineyard, it is important to know a little bit of the vocabulary before you get thrown into the deep end. Though most people know that wine production is technically called viticulture, an... Read >
Author: John Smith

Treat Hemorrhoids - Cure Piles or Piles?

15th June 2010
Treat hemorrhoids with these tips that worked for me. It is really tough to get items carried out typically when we have hemorrhoids or piles. To take care of hemorrhoids or piles at household, very first thing is bring a high incredibly hot enema, temper... Read >
Author: Genaro Justice

Knowing the Different Wine Types

06th May 2010
Ever wondered what sets the red wine apart from white wines? If you are interested to become a win expert or just a simple liquor enthusiast, it would help you appreciate it more if you know the various wine types. Different Kinds of Wine The red wine... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

The Lowdown On Real Ginger Beer Plant

14th January 2010
Ginger beer plant is, surprisingly, not a leafy plant at all. Instead ginger beer plant is a probiotic plant culture which you can use to brew your own, fizzy, old-fashioned ginger beer. What are the health benefits of real ginger beer? When you mak... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

Chemical Leavening Agent For Bread

06th March 2009
CHEMICAL LEAVENING is brought about by the action of gas produced by an acid and an alkali. All chemical leavening agents are Similar in their action, and they are composed of an acid and an alkali. When an acid and an alkali are brought together in the p... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat

Powerful Carp Fishing Bait Flavours And Fermentation Secrets!

07th January 2009
Why not exploit these great bait, ground bait and other free baiting suggestions to multiply your catches of big fish and some of these will be new to almost everyone who reads this article, so read on... Carp utilise fermentation a lot so what is it; ... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Why Is Wine So Popular

01st December 2008
When people think of grapes, the first thing that comes to their mind is wine. This is because wines are generally made from grapes. That is why most people think of wine as grape wines. However, there are wines that are made from rice, herbs, barley,... Read >
Author: Jerry Shannon
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