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Look fermentation is cool. That's just how it is. This drink is an almost miraculous moment, where you literally just take some sugar, and some ginger, mix it in water, let it sit, and then in a few days, you have a powerful fermented mixture to make your very own ginger beer without adding any commercial yeast at all. You are basically harnessing the power of nature to make a Moscow Mule. So yeah, that's pretty cool. Recipe: 🤍 Flip Top Bottles I use: 🤍 Pyrex® Prepware Glass Measuring Cup: 🤍 OXO Good Grips® Small White Silicone Spatula: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 - Music - Saib:🤍 Jef Kaale:🤍 -
Learn how to make Ginger Beer at home! This homemade ginger beer recipe is made using a ginger bug and not made with yeast. All you need is ginger, sugar, and water! If you have never brewed before this is the perfect beginner fermentation beverage to get you started. Don't buy ginger beer ever again! Stay tuned to the end of the video where I will show a ginger beer cocktail! TheBruSho is your guide to make home brewing simplified. From beginner lessons to tip and tricks to equipment breakdowns, all to give you the confidence to brew your first beer and beyond. Together we will see what shortcuts can be taken to make the brew day easier and get a fermented beverage in your glass faster. DISCORD INVITE: 🤍 RECIPE for 1L (33.8oz): GINGER BUG: 250ml (~1 cup) Water -10g Chopped Ginger -10g Sugar Repeat feedings daily until ginger bug begins to foam GINGER BEER: -1L (~4 cups) Water -30g Ginger -100g Sugar (more or less depending on preferred sweetness) Steep for 5 mins, once cooled add: 50g Strained Ginger Bug liquid Ferment in Bottle 🤍 ~69ºF (20.5ºC) for 3 days Chill in Fridge ABV: ~1% EQUIPMENT (Affiliate Links): Mason Jars: 🤍 Fermentation Lids: 🤍 Flip Top Bottles: 🤍 Brewing Equipment ► 🤍 NOTE: Some links are affiliate links, for which I get a small kick back if you use when shopping! Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:32 Ginger Beer Explained 1:05 Ginger Bug Recipe 2:26 Making Ginger Beer 3:18 Ginger Bug Storage 3:47 Tasting 4:16 Cocktail #GingerBeer #EasyFerments #TheBruSho
This recipe was produced by natural fermentation of ginger spice, natural yeast, sugar, lemon and cloves. The entire process takes about 5-6 days, and the finished product is completely worth the wait. For full list of ingredients and instructions visit our website at 🤍africanchow.com To purchase flip top bottles click here: 🤍 IMPORTANT NOTE: During carbonation make sure you uncork bottle once a day to release pressure, failure to do this may result in the bottle exploding. Music: Adam & Eve - Highlife stars of Ghana
Today I'm bringing you a classic on this channel 😉 Homemade Beer, in fact we're going to prepare Ginger Ale or Ginger Beer, which you've probably already seen, but this time we're going to make some changes. For this recipe you will need: Water 3 litres Ginger 200 g Sugar 400 g Limes 3 Tea 1 bag Don't forget to share your experience by leaving a comment 👍🏼 Here, on my website 😬 you can find some written recipes: 🤍 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 APRON cuoredicioccolato.it : 🤍 Here you can buy the Cuoredicioccolato T-SHIRTS YELLOW LOGO: 🤍 RED LOGO: 🤍 Spectacular BEER: 🤍 SAVE the PASTA: 🤍 If you would like to support the channel, do not hesitate to contribute to the purchase of the necessary material ;) thanks in advance 🤍 Here you can Help me to buy the right equipment to improve my videos: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FANPAGE FACEBOOK: 🤍 15% DISCOUNT on all KOTAI knives KOTAI JAPANESE PROFESSIONAL KNIVES: 🤍 just click on the link and before payment use the discount code "cioccola" Email : cuoredicioccolato.it🤍gmail.com STAR SAN : 🤍 BEER KIT : 🤍 IPA BEER KIT : 🤍 THERMOMETER: 🤍 DENSIMETER: 🤍 YEAST : 🤍 🤍 WINE YEAST : 🤍 HOP : 🤍 MALT : 🤍 BOTTLES : 🤍 AIRLOCK : 🤍 FERMENTER STEEL t.5 gallon : 🤍 STARTER KOMBUCHA : 🤍 OAK WOOD 🤍 Oak Wood Dark Tost: 🤍 RØDE Wireless GO: 🤍 Softbox Kit di Illuminazione: 🤍 ULANZI ST-08 Supporto: 🤍 DJI Osmo Action Camera: 🤍
Buy your copy of our 'Victorian Way' cookery book here: 🤍 Mrs Crocombe's recipe for Ginger Beer was copied from The Field newspaper, a field sports magazine first published in 1853 and still going today. Made by soaking ginger, lemon, bread and yeast in water, this Victorian ginger beer is a little insipid for modern tastes and far from the sweet varieties we enjoy in tin cans today. But with the addition of a sweetener such as honey or a dash of sweet whisky, this is a beautifully light and refreshing summer drink. Special thanks to Louise and the gardening team for preparing the flowers in this video from the gardens at Audley End House. Plan your visit today: 🤍 English Heritage is a charity that cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites. Find out how you can support our work here: 🤍 INGREDIENTS (Makes 4 litres / 7 pt / 4 1⁄4 quarts) 4 litres / 7 pt / 4 1⁄4 quarts water 2–3 tbsp sugar 30 g/1 oz fresh ginger, chopped and bruised zest of 1 lemon, cut off without pith 1 slice of thick-cut bread 4 tsp fresh (compressed) yeast, or 2 tsp dried yeast METHOD Heat the measured water and sugar until the sugar dissolves. Add the ginger and lemon zest. Allow to cool to room temperature and decant into a food-grade bucket or a large bowl. Toast the bread. Mix the yeast with a little warm water to form a thick paste and spread this on the toast. Add the toast to the ginger beer mixture. Cover and leave to stand at room temperature for 12–24 hours. Strain the mixture through a fine sieve lined with kitchen paper or, better still, muslin or a jelly bag. Decant into clip-top jars or bottles, which will allow any gas to escape if it gets a bit lively. Leave for at least 4 days and up to a few months. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: 🤍 FIND A PLACE TO VISIT: 🤍 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: 🤍 FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: 🤍 FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍
How To Make Naturally Carbonated Ginger Beer At Home. The process of making a wild yeast ginger beer recipe or naturally fermented , naturally carbonated ginger beer is pretty easy once you've made the ginger bug. This is a naturally fermented ginger ale recipe, a spiced ginger beer recipe. So if you are interested in brewing ginger beer alcoholic this is how to make naturally fermented ginger beer, How To Make Ginger Beer At Home. Ingredients: 4L water 400g ginger 500g sugar 3 star anise 30 black peppercorns 12 allspice berries 12 cardamom pods 3 cloves 200 mL ginger bug Our Ginger Bug Recipe: 🤍 Our non-alcoholic Ginger beer / ale syrup recipe: 🤍 Ginger Cake with the leftover pulp: 🤍 Method: In a blender or food processor grind the ginger with a bit of the water from the recipe. Pour the ginger and all of the water along with the sugar and spices into a heavy pot and bring to a simmer. Simmer for at least 10 minutes, but up to 30 minutes is great, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Turn off the heat, cover and allow to cool to room temp. Once at room temp strain out the solids through a (cheesecloth lined) fine mesh strainer. Mix in the ginger bug. Pour into sealable bottles or jugs that are ‘pressure rated’ - Beer or pop bottles are great. Let stand on your countertop at room temp (21ºC - 23ºC) for 1-3 days, depending on the level of carbonation and alcohol you are looking for. Refrigerate and enjoy! Makes about 4L. tested alcohol levels: 1 day on countertop: 0.2% alc by volume 2 days on countertop: 1% alc by volume 3 days on countertop: 1.5% alc by volume 4 days on countertop: 1.6% alc by volume How we tested for alcohol amounts: 🤍 Carbonation will continue in the fridge, just at a slower pace. If you want to stop the carbonation you have 2 options: 1) When the bottles reach a carbonation level you like - pastuerise the bottles. Pasteurising will kill the yeast. 2) Ferment the batch in a carboy until fully fermented (about 2 weeks), then bottle and use a small amount of dextrose to bottle condition / carbonate. But really this method gives you a few bottles that you should consume quickly - this isn't a style that is for long term storage of more than a couple of weeks. #LeGourmetTV #GlenAndFriendsCooking #GingerBeer
Ginger Beer - How to make Homemade Ginger Beer! What more is there to say? It's Ginger Beer. Yes, this is the alcoholic stuff folks, not the soda. This is a simple recipe that anyone can do. There will be a follow up video on racking, carbonating, pasteurizing and bottling, so stay tuned! Part 2: 🤍 2023 Ginger Beer! 🤍 What you need: Ginger Water Sugar A lemon yeast (I used Safale S-04) * Safale S-04 yeast 🤍 * Plastic Strainer 🤍 Want more City Steading? Join our Mailing List: 🤍 Website: 🤍 City Steading Bread and Beyond: 🤍 City Steading Garden and Grow: 🤍 VIP Club: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
How to make good old-fashioned ginger beer of your own using natural fermentation - such a fun and easy process and it is THE most refreshing and delicious drink from summer! The traditional step-by-step method is also written out here in the description, and read below for extra notes on sugar/alcohol/etc! Ginger beer recipe and method: Day 0 is establishing the bug, Days 1 – 6 is feeding it, and Day 7 is bottling and restarting the bug. Day 0: add 2 cups of water, a few raisins and 2 teaspoons of sugar to a clean glass jar, and stir. Cover, and sit somewhere at room temperature, out of direct sunlight. Day 1: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar and 2 teaspoons of ground ginger Day 2: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar Day 3: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar and 2 teaspoons of ground ginger Day 4: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar Day 5: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar and 2 teaspoons of ground ginger Day 6: feed it 2 teaspoons of sugar Day 7 [one time only, the first time you reach Day 7]: drain off and discard the liquid, discard half the sediment, and add another 2 cups of water, another 2 teaspoons of sugar, stir in the retained sediment and then tomorrow you go back to Day 1. Day 7 [normal, from every Day 7 except the very first]: dissolve 2 cups of sugar with 2 cups of boiling water in a large clean pot. Once dissolved, add 12 cups of cool water and then stir in the strained juice of 2 lemons. Strain your fermented ginger bug liquid into the mix, capturing and setting aside the sediment. Give the liquid all another good stir. Wash your bottles well in hot soapy water, and rinse thoroughly. Bottle, adding a couple of raisins to each bottle if you wish. Fill the bottles a bit short of full, seal, and place somewhere safe at room temperature out of direct sunlight. These will be ready to be refrigerated and enjoyed in another week’s time. You do not continue to feed the bottled beer over this final week, but you may wish to monitor the pressure building up, and relieve some of it throughout the week, particularly as you become accustomed to the strength of your individual bug. Still on Day 7, restart your bug: combining half the sediment with another two cups of water and another 2 teaspoons of sugar, cover and tomorrow the cycle begins again at Day 1. Don't forget to subscribe - and enjoy! 💖🔥 A few extra notes: 🌏 NZ baking measurement conversions: 🤍 🌿 Ginger – as mentioned in the video, you could use freshly grated-ginger instead, but you will likely find a different method better suited to that. 🧂 Sugar – feeding it with plain white sugar is good, and your bug is just eating it, but those two cups of sugar added on bottling day could be a fancier type (rapadura, coconut sugar): just keep an eye on the effect it has on the strength of your bottled brew! 🥄 Stirring – some people don’t worry about stirring when feeding the bug, and if you do stir, try to avoid getting too much powder onto the walls of the jar. 🍻 Alcohol - this would be considered a 'non-alcoholic' beverage here in New Zealand, with just minimal traces being produced as part of the natural fermentation, a traditional part of our culture that has been enjoyed for generations! You could try making an alcoholic version by using the right yeasts, adding more sugar, and likely changing the brewing process [find a different method to follow!] - but you wouldn't want to go confusing the two! If your local culture or religion is strict about even negligible levels of alcohol, you might like to do more research on the topic before making your own, eg: 🤍 and could always use a hydrometer/alcoholometer if concerned. 🎯 Recipe – I’ve made different ginger beers over the years, and this has quickly become my favourite method. I like how few ingredients there are, that it does not rely on artificial carbonation, or special “ginger beer” yeasts or anything like that. The method is modified from a recipe shared by “The Country Trading Co.”, a family-owned supply store here in New Zealand that sell all sorts of useful products for people who want to live a simple and self-reliant life (and with whom - as of today - we have an affiliate link for!) They sell many wonderful fermenting supplies, and not just here in New Zealand - they also have a USA store, and look to be able to ship to Australia and the UK too! If you use this link to check them out: 🤍 and end up liking anything enough to buy it, we get a sales commission on anything you may purchase at no extra cost to you, so win/win if this video has inspired you to get into fermenting at all! 💖🔥. Like what we are doing with our videos? We'd be grateful for any support you want to give us on Patreon: 🤍 😊🔥
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Kane Watson of The Living Food Project shows you how to make a traditional wild fermented ginger beer. Simple, good for you and delicious!
Bon Appétit’s Brad Leone is back for episode 58 of “It’s Alive,” and this time he’s making ginger beer! Join Brad on another fermented adventure as he experiments with different types of ginger, draws up plans for a Bon Appétit haunted house, and teaches some coworkers how to play the moderately dangerous game of "dry ice." Join Bon Appétit Test Kitchen host Brad Leone on a wild, roundabout, and marginally scientific adventure exploring fermented foods and more. From cultured butter and kombucha, kimchi and miso, to beer and tepache, learn how to experiment with fermented and live foods yourself. Want Bon Appétit shirts, hats and more? 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appétit on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Want more Bon Appétit in your life? Subscribe to the magazine! 🤍 ABOUT BON APPÉTIT Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food brand that wants everyone to love cooking and eating as much as we do. We believe in seasonal produce, properly salted pasta water, and developing recipes that anyone can make at home. Brad Makes Ginger Beer | It's Alive | Bon Appétit
We join host Hoocho in Brewing His Own Ginger Beer Ingredients and Equipment can be found here: 🤍 Recipe Makes 20L: 5kg Ginger 3kg Raw Sugar 2x Wine Yeast (10g) 10g Yeast Nutrient Spices: 8g (60) Cardamon Pods 12.5g (15) Star Anise 1.6g (15) Cloves 5g (150) Pepper Corns 1 Jalapeño Balancing: 120g/L White Sugar 2g/L Citric Acid Patreon: 🤍 Welcome to "All the Gear. No Idea" Where inexperience meets enthusiasm. On this channel we explore hobbies and pastimes for the first time, looking to expand our skills and experience by seeking out new and exciting pursuits. Conquering our inexperience with pure enthusiasm and perhaps even discovering our ikigai along the way.
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How Much Alcohol is in Naturally Carbonated Ginger Beer? I decided to find out... A lot of people make claims that naturally carbonated (carbonated with yeast) soda pop / ginger beer, has no alcoholic content. But that made no sense to me; if yeast are fermenting, alcohol will be produced. But how much alcohol is produced with naturally fermented ginger beer? tested alcohol levels: 1 day on countertop: 0.2% alc by volume 2 days on countertop: 1% alc by volume 3 days on countertop: 1.5% alc by volume 4 days on countertop: 1.6% alc by volume How to make ginger beer: 🤍 How to make a wild yeast ginger bug: 🤍 #LeGourmetTV #GlenAndFriendsCooking #GingerBeer
Natural homemade ginger beer, no yeast, no carbonated drops, just natural, delicious and refreshing, thanks for watching and I hope you try this recipe. #shorts #gingerbeer #gingerdrink ❤️❤️❤️👇🏾 Ingredients used: Ginger Water Lemon Clove Cinnamon Sugar If you want it fizzy then add soda water or catbonated drops
Did you know that most Ginger Ales don't actually get made using Real Ginger... well at least ginger is not on their ingredients list. They all have Ginger Extract!!! We are going to make a simple ginger ale using real ginger and its going to be GOOD! 🤍 Affiliate Store. I make money when you buy things there! 🤍 - JOIN the SauceSquad 🤍 - to print recipes and merchandise!!! Music by Joakim Karud 🤍 The goal of SauceStache is to continue trying something new, something new to me and something different. I find inspirations from you the SauceSquad and my constant hunt of social media to see what food is being made around the globe and how can I try to make it. Lets try to make some food and have fun!!
How to make Homemade Fermented Ginger Beer, from start to drinking. This is a re-edited version of our Ginger Beer video from a couple years ago. We decided to try to put all the pieces together and make one complete video with some additions that we felt were important as well as clarifications on how to make this homemade fermented ginger beer. Enjoy! Ingredients: 2 ounces Grated Fresh Ginger Safale S04: 🤍 1 lemon Water 2 pounds Sugar 1 ounce Sugar for carbonation The original series of videos: Ginger Beer - Make Homemade Ginger Beer! -Super Easy Recipe: 🤍 Ginger Beer Bottling and Pasteurization - and Tasting!: 🤍 Using Sous Vide for Mead and Wine Pasteurization in Brewing: 🤍 _ The Red Bucket of Sanitization: 🤍 Star San: 🤍 1 Gallon Carboy with Airlock: 🤍 Stainless Steel Funnel: 🤍 Our Favorite Pitcher: 🤍 Strainer: 🤍 Candy thermometer: 🤍 Hydrometer: 🤍 Graduated Cylinder: 🤍 Auto Siphon: 🤍 Swing Top Bottles: 🤍 Degassing Whip: 🤍 Bottling Wand: 🤍 Heat Resistant Gloves: 🤍 Ireland t-shirt: 🤍 Flash t-shirt: 🤍 Some items used in the making of this video (We are Amazon Affiliates and as such do receive a small commission if you purchase anything after using one of our links. There is no cost to you for this, but it does help the channel and enables us to keep bringing you content. Thank you!) _ Become a City Steading VIP - Click to learn more 🤍 _ Want more City Steading? Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #citysteadingbrews #brewtube #gingerbeer
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Make homemade ginger ale using raw ginger juice - this is a spicy ginger beer recipe! This easy recipe uses a ginger bug starter culture, is made with real ginger and has natural carbonation! There's even a trip to Key West where Paul gets teary-eyed while drinking a ginger juice shot! Paul and Sarah from The Fermentation Adventure walk you through their easy recipe. 🔔 Subscribe and join the culture! 🤍 MASON JARS, fermentation LIDS, flip-top BOTTLES, and all our favorite fermenting gear: 🤍 Get the full recipe on the website: 🤍 Ginger Bug starter culture recipe: 🤍 More fermented drinks videos: 🤍 More fermented veggies & fruits videos: 🤍 —————————————————— SUPPORT OUR WORK 💞 PATREON: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! WEBSITE 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 PINTEREST 🤍
Bored? Store out of ginger beer? Hopefully this video will solve both those problems. Making ginger beer at home is easy and a little time consuming, which is certainly something I have a lot of right now. Going on day 7 of a state-ordered shut-in, I have been staying busy by creating. It now looks like we might be in lockdown for another month, so I will definitely be making several batches. For the full recipe and instructions, visit: 🤍 Stay safe, everyone! [NOTE] I super appreciate your comments and support! But understandably, comments can easily get lost in the masses! I have had some people comment that I didn't reply to previous comment, or that they had a pressing question. Well, I spent several minutes trying to find it, but there are hundreds of comments and I couldn't locate it. If you have a pressing question, please use the "Community" thread on the channel page where I am more likely to be able to find it. I do my best to answer all your questions, but sometimes it's just not possible. Please understand it's not personal, at all. I am only one human.
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In this video I share a few of the many benefits we can get from using Ginger. I hope you find it helpful, enjoy!!!!!!!!! Ingredients - 1 lb. Ginger 2 cups Sugar ( Brown used) 1/3 cup Lime/lemon Juice ( 5 medium size) Check out my other videos Ackee & Saltfish Seasoned Rice 🤍 Ackee & Saltfish/Codfish 🤍 Homemade Cinnamon Rolls 🤍 Honey Jerk Salmon 🤍 Green Seasining 🤍 Music: Sweet Musician: LiQWYD URL: 🤍 Music: Underwater Musician: LiQWYD URL: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram 🤍shareyskitchen Business Inquiries : shareyskitchen🤍gmail.com
That's right, we finally made a better ginger beer video! This time no need to pasteurize and it's got a LOT of ginger flavor! Ingredients: 1 hand Ginger 1 lb (.45 kg)White Sugar 32 oz (.946 liters) Boiling Water 1 1/2 Lemon's Peels 104 oz (3.076 liters) Water Juice of one Lemon 4.5 grams Fermaid O: 🤍 1/2 Packet Safale S-04: 🤍 Additions: Back Sweeten with Allulose to 1.020: 🤍 28 grams Sugar for Carbonation Yeast to insure carbonation Racking: 🤍 Bottling: 🤍 _ Silicone Spatula: 🤍 Star San: 🤍 Little Big Mouth Bubbler: 🤍 Stirring Paddle: 🤍 Our Favorite Pitcher: 🤍 Hydrometer Kit: 🤍 Baster: 🤍 Digital Thermometer: 🤍 pH Meter: 🤍 Hand Juicer: 🤍 Auto Siphon: 🤍 1 Gallon Carboy with Airlock: 🤍 Belgian Tasting Glasses: 🤍 Bottling Wand: 🤍 Swing Top Bottles: 🤍 CSB Glasses: 🤍 Fun T-shirts: 🤍 You may notice we do not have a lot of sponsored products or sponsored ads in our videos! That's intentional. We have found most offered sponsorships are completely not appropriate to you, our audience, so we don't want to waste your time. What we actually do is offer you links to products we USE and BELIEVE in. We use the Amazon Affiliate Program for these links and we DO receive a small commission if you purchase using our links and all this comes at no additional cost to you! _ Become a City Steading VIP - Click to learn more 🤍 _ Want more City Steading? Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #brewtube #gingerbeer
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Ginger Beer is an absolute favorite especially around Christmas time…. It’s one of the must have, plus it’s nutritious. Ingredients 1 1b Fresh Ginger (peeling is optional) 3 -4 Pieces Cinnamon Stick 4-5 Grain of Cloves 2-3 cups brown sugar (sweeen to taste) 1/4 cup fresh lemon or lime juice 10-12 cups of water Thank you for watching 🤗
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In this VIDEO, Mary from Mary's Nest shares a Fermented Ginger Ale Recipe - A Probiotic Rich Homemade Soda for Good Gut Health. And to make a Ginger Bug" watch: 🤍 ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ Click “Show More” for Additional Information ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ Homemade fermented sodas, such as Fermented Ginger Ale, are easy to make and offer a probiotic-rich alternative to the sodas sold at the grocery store. Plus, since they are rich in probiotics, homemade sodas support good gut health, which scientists tell us is part of supporting overall good health. To start, you'll need a "Ginger Bug," so if you don't already have one made, be sure to watch the video at 🤍 ▶CLICK THE SUBSCRIBE BUTTON ABOVE…AND TAP THE BELL TOO…SO YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED EACH TIME I UPLOAD A NEW VIDEO! THANKS! 🤍 ▬ WATCH RELATED VIDEOS ▬ ▶WATCH HOW TO MAKE A GINGER BUG: 🤍 ▶WATCH THE MASTERING THE BASICS OF TRADITIONAL “NUTRIENT DENSE” FOODS COOKING SERIES: 🤍 Some of my links below are affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. :-) ▬ FAVORITE HOMEMADE SODA MAKING SUPPLIES ▬ ▶Swing-Top Bottles: 🤍 ▶Glass Bottles with Screw Tops: 🤍 ▶Quart Size Wide Mouth Glass Jars: 🤍 ▶Quart Size Wide Mouth Storage Lids: 🤍 ▶MARY’S NEST AMAZON SHOP: 🤍 - This is where you can find everything you need to equip your TRADITIONAL FOODS KITCHEN for making Nutrient Dense Meals - Including curated lists for Bone Broth Making Supplies and Much More! ▬ 15% OFF PROMO CODE FOR GRASS-FED BEEF BONES ▬ ▶Use this US Wellness Meats link: 🤍?affId=212406 and Promo Code MARYNEST for 15% off your order of regular-priced items. (Note that there is no “S” after MARY in the Promo Code MARYNEST) ▬ 10% OFF PROMO CODE FOR WILD-CAUGHT SEAFOOD ▬ ▶Use the Vital Choice Wild Seafood Link: 🤍 and Promo Code: VCAFINT for 10% Off Site Wide + Free Shipping On Orders $99+. ▬ FOR THE RECIPE & MUCH MORE! ▬ ▶Visit 🤍 for the COMPLETE RECIPE & INSTRUCTIONS and FREE eGUIDE. And learn Traditional Cooking Skills so you can be a "Modern Pioneer” in your Kitchen…No matter where you live! ▶Learn How to COOK FROM SCRATCH using Easy Recipes with Seasonal Ingredients. ▶Learn How to MAKE NUTRIENT DENSE FOODS including BONE BROTH, CULTURED DAIRY, FERMENTS, SOURDOUGH STARTER and SOURDOUGH BREAD, and how to SOAK and SPROUT GRAINS to make homemade SPROUTED FLOUR...and Much More! ▶And Learn HOME CANNING BASICS. ▬ SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR MARY'S NEST VISITORS ▬ ▶Visit 🤍 to learn more about where I buy my Beef Bones, Wild-Caught Fish, Sprouted Grains, and more...AND learn about SPECIAL DISCOUNTS for Mary's Nest visitors!! ▬ SOCIALIZE WITH ME ▬ ▶Facebook: 🤍 ▶Facebook Private Group: 🤍 ▶Instagram: 🤍 ▶Pinterest: 🤍 ▶Twitter: 🤍 ▬ EMAIL ▬ ▶To contact me via email, go to: 🤍 ▬ MAILING ADDRESS ▬ Mary’s Nest P.O. Box 342001 Austin, Texas 78734 ▬ COMMENTS ▬ If you have any questions or comments, please post them below. I’m happy to answer questions, and I look forward to hearing from you! ▬ ABOUT THIS VIDEO ▬ ▶In this video, Mary from Mary’s Nest shares a Fermented Ginger Ale Recipe - A Probiotic Rich Homemade Soda for Good Gut Health. ▬ THANKS FOR WATCHING! ▬ #MarysNest #FermentedGingerAle #HomemadeSoda ▶Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor, a medical professional, a dietician, or a nutritionist. All content found on the MarysNest.com website, YouTube Channel, and related social media, including: text, images, videos, or other formats were created solely for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or proper nutritional advice. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have watched on this video or read on the corresponding website. Use caution when following the recipe in this video. The creator and publisher of this video will not be held responsible for any adverse effects that may arise from the use of this recipe and method or any other recipe and method on this channel and the corresponding website.
Does ginger beer have alcohol? We answer this question about homemade ginger ale! Using a hydrometer that homebrewers use, Paul and Sarah test and reveal the alcohol content of homemade ginger ale after fermenting for one day, two days, and all the way up to one week of fermentation. 🔔 Subscribe and join the culture! 🤍 MASON JARS, fermentation LIDS, flip-top BOTTLES, and all our favorite fermenting gear: 🤍 Get the full recipe on the website: 🤍 How to make a Ginger Bug: 🤍 Make more fermented drinks: 🤍 How to make fermented veggies: 🤍 —————————————————— SUPPORT OUR WORK 💞 PATREON: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! WEBSITE 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 PINTEREST 🤍
Making one gallon of ginger beer for the 1st. time. Covers the process from root to glass. Note: I am not a professional winemaker. I hold no responsibility if the results of your winemaking causes injury or ill health. This is as natural (where possible) winemaking channel. The wines made on this channel do not use sulfites. You may use them and\or yeast nutrients and or energizers if that is how you prefer to make your wine\mead. Ingredients: About 7 in. of ginger root (1) 3 in. piece of organic ginger root (for the ginger bug) (3) lemons 2 1/2 cups of sugar (1) gallon of water Amazon & Canva affiliate product information. As an Amazon Associate & Canva Affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. My current winemaking setup: BrewDemon Fermenter: 🤍 Wine Yeast: 🤍 Hydrometer: 🤍 Airlocks: 🤍 Wine Corks & Caps: 🤍 Stoppers: 🤍 Racking Cane: 🤍 StarSan: 🤍 Straining Bags: 🤍 Canva Link: partner.canva.com/KeqW1A Tubebudy Affiliate Link: 🤍 Early access to my new storefront for merchandise: 🤍 CAMERA GEAR USED: ○ Canon EOS Rebel SL3: 🤍 ○ Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens :🤍 ○ HyperX Solocast microphone: 🤍 ○ SD card - 🤍 ○ Studio lights - 🤍 TOOLS & SERVICES I USE: ○ Canva: partner.canva.com/KeqW1A ○ ShotCut - 🤍 - Used for video editing - ○ OBS - 🤍 - Used d for streaming ○ Pronto - (Android/Apple) - Used to make thumbnails ○ IVCam - (Android/Apple) - Used to allow use of cellphone for streaming //CONTACT: For all business inquires, please use this email: diyfermentation🤍gmail.com And make sure you subscribe to my channel! DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free content each week!
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Learn how to make homemade sodas the old fashioned way, using a Ginger Bug starter culture. Paul and Sarah from The Fermentation Adventure walk you through the easy Ginger Bug recipe that you will need to create homemade sodas, such as ginger ale, fruit sodas, and root beer. 🔔 Subscribe and join the culture! 🤍 MASON JARS, fermentation LIDS, flip-top BOTTLES, and all our favorite fermenting gear: 🤍 Get the full recipe on the website: 🤍 How to make homemade ginger ale: 🤍 Most Common Ginger Bug Questions Answered: 🤍 More fermented drink videos: 🤍 —————————————————— SUPPORT OUR WORK 💞 PATREON: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! WEBSITE 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 PINTEREST 🤍
Would you like to Support my channel ? 🤍 Black pudding recipe - 🤍 🤍 1 cup fresh ginger grated 1/2 cup brown sugar or more , it will get darker brown when you add more sugar peel of two limes 1/4 cup lime or lemon juice 4 cups sparking water / club soda few cloves shot of rum dash of bitters
I'm a glutton for a good Moscow Mule and a good Ginger Beer. I go through health kicks and one of my favorite things to do when I feel like I must have something probiotic/healthy for me but still delicious is make ginger beer! I just started drinking Bellion Vodka and it contains NTX which protects your liver from the harmful effects of alcohol all while having a slightly sweet flavor from the licorice root that NTX is made from. So not only are you protecting your liver, you don't even need to add sugar to your cocktails! You can get a shipping discount on 2 bottles at 🤍 using the promo code FloraBrewing! My Moscow Mule Recipe: 1.5 oz Bellion vodka ~6oz homemade Ginger Beer ½ lime + 1 wedge to garnish a crap load of ice! To make the quick Ginger Beer: (We use liquid measurements in the US for non liquids...I never realized how weird it was until converting into metric!) slightly less than 1gal water (~3-3.5L) ½ teaspoon cream of tartar (3ml) ½ cup fresh ginger, peeled and grated (120ml) ⅓ cup fresh lemon juice (80ml) 1 ¼ cup sugar (300ml) 1 teaspoon active dry yeast (6ml) To make the Ginger Bug (precursor to the Probiotic Ginger Beer) slightly less than 4 cups water (~.9L) ½ teaspoon cream of tartar (3ml) ¼-ish cup fresh ginger, peeled and grated (60ml) 2 TBSP granulated cane sugar (30ml) To make the Probiotic Ginger Beer 2 cup ginger starter (480ml) slightly less than 1gal water (~3-3.5L) 1 ¼ cup sugar (300ml) ½ cup fresh lemon juice (120ml) ½ cup fresh ginger, peeled and grated (120ml) If you want my videos early / ad free + monthly happy hours + merch + bonus content join the Patreon! 🤍 For all things Flora Brewing: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Sign up for my email list here: 🤍 Check out my new podcast Brewing After Hours, now streaming! Bleav Podcast Network: 🤍 Apple: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Stitcher: 🤍 Google: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍
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