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Top rated - Sloe Gin Making, October 2nd 2006
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306 viewsGin added to each jar.
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247 viewsNext up: sloes. This is 3.5 pounds in a 3-litre jar. Notice how there's unlikely to be any room left for any gin or sugar.
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256 viewsRight, let's get started. one 3-litre jar, 3 pounds of damsons, wallop.
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105 viewsChange of plan then: decant a pound into a 2-litre jar leaving (if you're keeping up) 2.5 pounds in the 3-litre jar. Looks a bit more sensible.
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427 viewsLastly - give them a shake and put them in a cupboard. Shake once a day for the first week or so, then once a week thereafter. I reckon this lot will be ready in about February. Just in time for my birthday - hic!
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109 views1.5 pounds of sloes and 0.75 pounds (I don't do ounces) of sugar into each of the 2-litre jars.
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101 viewsThings You Will Need #5: some scales, for highly scientific fruit/sugar weight ratio calculations.
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412 viewsThings You Will Need #1: some storage jars. I recommend the big pop-top Kilner-style ones here; you want something with a wide opening at the top otherwise you spend hours trying to get the sloes & sugar in. I've got 3 2-litre ones and 2 3-litre ones.
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94 viewsSugar, 1.25 pounds (ish).
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