[Herbalist] syrup-- HELP!

stephanie stuart azaleaviola at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 9 18:08:28 PST 2003

Could you try reheating it and adding more water? This should make it more
apt to absorb the much needed water. I hope this helps -Stephanie

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>From: Jenne Heise <jenne at mail.browser.net>
>Reply-To: herbalist at ansteorra.org
>To: herbalist at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Herbalist] syrup-- HELP!
>Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 20:07:02 -0500 (EST)
>Help, all you experts out there.
>I was making lemon ginger drink syrup for our 12th night tithe. Since most
>of the things we give
>get taken to Estrella and given away, I wanted to be sure it wouldn't go
>bad, so I let it simmer
>down pretty good.
>The syrup starts with 4 c. of sugar, 2.5 c. of water, 1 c. of lemon juice,
>and you add a 4 inch
>piece of ginger. I made a triple batch.
>I boiled it down too much. you have to scrape it off the spoon. There's no
>way I'm going to be
>able to strain out the ginger, unless I heat it up, and it doesn't dissolve
>in cold water. But
>if you like ginger, it's YUMMY!
>So, what should I do? Can I repurpose it for something?
>  --
>Jadwiga Zajaczkowa, mka Jennifer Heise	      jenne at mail.browser.net
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>giving, by losing." -- Anais Nin
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