Ginger ale 2

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
⅝ cup Honey
5 cups Sugar
2 gallons Water
3 \N Beaten
1 tablespoon Ginger moistened with a
\N \N Little water
\N \N Juice of 4 lemons
¼ teaspoon Yeast
1 \N Whole lemon
\N \N Egg whites

Dissolve the honey or sugar in 2 gallons water. Add the beaten egg whites and ginger. Bring to a boil and skim. Most of the flavor of the ginger will have been given out, so don't worry that you loose much of it in the skimming. Add the whole lemon and set the mixture aside to cool.

When it is lukewarm, add the lemon juice and the yeast dissolved in ¼ cup warm water. Stir well and let stand for a while for the sediment to settle to the bottom. Strain through a cloth into a clean container. Give it a few more minutes to settle and you are ready to bottle. Recipes from Early American Life, August 1975, Pg 12, titled "Making Your Own Soda Pop", by Caroline Kitchen Riddle.

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From: Stephanie Da Silva


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