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There is nothing quite like freshly made cheese. Cheeses such as Queso Blanco, Paneer, or Ricotta are a very easy introduction to homemade cheese. These cheeses don't actually require fermentation, and so the preparation is quick and foolproof.
We recently made some Queso Blanco with a kit from Urban Cheesecraft.
Gruit (or sometimes grut) is an old-fashioned herb mixture used for bittering and flavoring beer, popular before the extensive use of hops. Gruit or grut ale may also refer to the beverage produced using gruit. Gruit was a combination of herbs, traditionally consisting of...
Here are some very useful sites for brewing beer and wine at home.
I will be making some changes to the way beer recipes are recorded. For instance, I am going to change the "beer style" field to use official BJCP styles.
Some other ideas I'd like to implement:
- Enter hop alpha acid percentage (AA%), and then calculate the IBUs for each recipe.
Does anyone have any other suggestions about how homebrew recipes should be entered or displayed?