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Halloween Jack
Sep 11, 2003

Let your word be "Yes, Yes" or "No, No"; anything more than this comes from the evil one.

Yeah, ginger liqueur is extremely easy too. I'm on my second batch. You just steep the stuff in the liquor for a month and then filter. If you want, you can make liqueur by taking the steeped ginger and steeping it further in some simple syrup to add back into the mixture. As with limoncello, the only real work is in straining a couple times through a few layers of cheesecloth to minimalize sediment.

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Nicol Bolas
Feb 13, 2009


I love the candied ginger infusion technique, but has anyone tried ginger tea to let you sweeten differently? I have a bunch of ginger tea (it's good stuff) and I almost set up an infusion last night but I hesitated.

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