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Old 07-20-2009, 12:48 AM   #1
johann olaffson
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Default Juice concentrate fermenting by itself

Hi all,
I had some leftover juice extract from some other projects, so I repackaged it into a clean empty PET soda bottle.

I went to kick up the blueberrieness of a blueberry mead and opened the concentrate and when I opened it, tons of CO2 came rushing out. Well the stuff is so thick it made heavy duty bubbles, and couldn't see any carbonation, because its dark and thick.

I tasted it and it tastes like it should, there's no mold islands in either.

I hit it with some potassium sorbate, just in case its saveable.

So.....

What do you all think? Toss it? Keep it? Use it?

Thanks
Johann


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