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Re: Sekanjabin

Poster: "Erica Stark" <ejstark@hotmail.com>

>Poster: Tom Brady <tabrady@mindspring.com>
>At 05:25 PM 8/21/97 -0500, one of the Eogans wrote:
>Unless I misremember, Cariadoc also has a recipe for this in his
>Miscellany, for comparison purposes. I've heard of trying this with
>fruit-flavored vinegars, as well. One thing that I tried that others 
>to like is to add a little (*very* little) rose water to the syrup to 
>the edge off the vinegar - be careful, 'cause it's easy to put in too 
>rose water! Also, exotic mints, such as lemon mint or chocolate mint 
>there really is such a thing!) also work well with this.

>Tom Brady             tabrady@mindspring.com          SCA: Duncan 

 There is a local brand of organic cider vinegar (The A.P. Thomson 
Family's Golden Acres) that makes great switchel(sp?)water (vinegar& 
honey in water).   I keep meaning to try it with the sekanjabin recipe, 
one of these days.  Chocolate mint,btw, has a taste that's almost like a 
peppermint patty.

Erica Poitevins

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