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Cayenne Ginger Ale Recipe

Cayenne Ginger Ale Recipe

I love spicy ginger ale, but I'm not willing to spend $1.50+ per bottle for the good stuff. This recipe produces a light syrup to which you simply add carbonated water. You can adjust the cayenne to suit your desired spice level. Prep:5m - Similiar recipes

Carbonate Your Own Ginger Ale

I found this recently while going through some papers from high school - something we did in a bio lab. It was actually pretty tasty. Here is the intro: "Fermentation has been used by mankind for thousands of years for raising bread, fermenting wine and brewing beer. The products of the fermentation of sugar by baker's yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (a fungus) are ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide causes bread to rise and gives effervescent drinks their bubbles. This action of yeast on sugar is used to 'carbonate' beverages, as in the addition of bubbles to champagne). We will set up a fermentation in a closed system and capture the generated carbon dioxide to carbonate our home made ginger ale. You may of course adjust the quantities of sugar and/or extract to taste. Note that the lemon called for in step eight is optional. And if you want a spicier drink, you can increase the amount of grated ginger. As with any yeast fermentation, there is a small amount of alcohol generated in the beverage (about 0.4%)". Credit on the page is to: - Similiar recipes

Ginger Ale

This is a homemade ginger ale you can make in just a few minutes. My wife found a recipe in a "Country Living" magazine. It called for using slices of ginger, but I found it too week. Much like store bought ginger ale. This kicks it up! I just found the recipe 4 days ago and have already made 3 batches. Friends love it and can't believe you can make homemade ginger ale. I have thought about making a ginger martini with this, but have not tried it yet. - Similiar recipes
Ginger Ale(For the Juicer)

Ginger Ale(For the Juicer)

Apples, juiced in your juicer with fresh ginger! Adapted from Living and Raw Foods. - Similiar recipes
Ginger Water

Ginger Water

I'm actually going to "The Little House on the Prairie cookbook with this one. I was threshing hay the other day (ok, actually I was mowing the lawn, but close enough), and thought I'd try it - the ginger and the vinegar give it a nice tang. If the vinegar is a bit much, you can add less vinegar or mix it with ginger ale. - Similiar recipes

Best Ever Ginger-Lime Ale

A very refreshing drink courtesy of The Blue Ginger, Wellesley, Mass. - Similiar recipes

Ginger Beer

Home-made non-alcoholic ginger drinks are common throughout much of Africa, especially Western Afican. In Central Africa, West African shopkeepers often sell their homemade ginger drink, sometimes in recycled vegetable-oil bottles. These ginger drinks are much stronger than any ginger ale soda. They can be enjoyed chilled over ice, or diluted with cold water - Similiar recipes

Ginger-Ale + Ginger Candy

ginger soda drink beverage candy - Similiar recipes

Homemade Ginger Ale

"A fun way to make a family favorite. It tastes a little different than the commercial stuff, but it is much better. Above all things, have fun and feel free to experiment! Try adding fruit extract, if you like." - Similiar recipes

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