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  1. Hi, I do not want to write for you. I want you to write for me! 🙂 I am trying to enter the water giveaway and I can’t get the RC form to load. Can you please message me? Maybe you can send me the code and I can open it that way? Also, I purchased your book through a special and I had a question for you. I look forward to hearing from you soon. thanks and God bless!

  2. Attempting Elderberry wine making from an Extract.
    Having not found any good information on the Internet or from talking with a number of Winery’ ,
    I took a stab at this to try and reduce cost and have a good quantity with an extract I purchased
    from a health food resource online.
    The extract was on sale for about half price of what you would normally pay and about 1 3d the cost
    of what you would pay for a 96 oz can of Elderberry juice online.
    The advice I received was to mix the 16 oz of extract with 1 gallon of (un~softened) water
    and 3 lbs of sugar and a good wine making yeast.
    After two weeks the smell was wonderful and a small taste was wonderful.
    Two days later I decided to bottle it up. After doing so, and pouring myself a glass, the result
    was more like drinking a syrup. No sign of fermentation could I determine.
    Before I received advice to cut the mixture to make a cordial of it we already had started
    reducing it to make a pancake or ice cream topping out of it.
    So if anyone else has attempted this or cares to try I’d sure love to know your results
    so we can pass the info on to other home wine makers.