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Is it possible to freeze birch juice for future use?

So. There is a freezer (-15 / 20 *). It contains bottles of frozen bc .. Many. All the juice is frozen in the ice. Among these bottles was one in which the juice did not freeze. There is not even a sign of the transition of the liquid fraction into a solid one. Reasonable question: Why?

Just thawed and drink. Hot summer as well! Yes, and NG is not bad. And yes, every spring I put brag on it.

The thought flashed in the order of trouble, so I would put the mojito on the BS.

Moonshine is possible from all, but there are not enough sugars: at the beginning of the sap flow 1%, by the end up to 4%, it is necessary to pour sugar. Tried it, but did not notice the difference with sugar. That's not enough to breed vodka.

The salts by TDS measure are about 40 ppm. Taste, I would say, sugary. Drinks well. A friend with his father is 45 years old

back clogged the bc into bottles from under the champagne - it turned out to be a type of non-alcoholic cider. When nakapubrivanii little left in the bottle, flew foam.

At a content of less than 0.03%, the effect of calcium gluconate does not appear, and when it is more than 0.125%, precipitation increases, without further improving the taste of the beverage.

calcium gluconate - in the pharmacy of calcium gluconate solution of 10%.

Seq. Ed. 04 Mar 17, 17:04 by alekslug

The salts by TDS measure are about 40 ppm. Taste, I would say, sugary. Drinks well. A friend with his father is 45 years old

back clogged the bc into bottles from under the champagne - it turned out to be a type of non-alcoholic cider. When nakapubrivanii little left in the bottle, flew foam. Rurik1955, Sep 16, 11:26 pm Rurik1955, you have an experience of manufacturing. But, somehow you do not write clearly. Like "it is drunk well", but "taste sugary". More definitely you can respond?

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