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Homemade Fruit or Berries Liqueur&Wine: 100% Natural Family Recipe

Eléna Leprêtre, Crochet Designer&Teacher& Food Lover

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5 Videos (12m)
    • Homemade Fruit or Berries Liqueur&Wine: Intro

      1:11
    • Homemade Liqueur: Fruit Preparation

      2:08
    • Homemade Liqueur: Fruit Fermentation

      4:01
    • Homemade Liqueur: Straining&Filtering

      3:38
    • Homemade Wine

      1:13

About This Class

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Christmas and New Year are coming and you are probably preparing gifts and Festive menu already.

My new class will help you to surprise your guests and make an original present.

Today I share with you my family recipe of homemade liqueur and wine. It's all natural and you don't need to add alcohol. It's simple to do and you can use almost all the berries and fruit. No tools needed.

Ready to join me in this challenge?

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7 of 7 students recommendSee All

Wow ! Thank you so much for sharing. That looks fun to make. Great job on your video.
Very easy explained. Perfect for Newbies like me.
Frank Albers

Business-Coach, Online Entrepreneur

I have been wanting to make my own liqueur and wine, but thought I would need special equipment. This class shows that common household materials can be used to produce the same results. I can't wait to try it! I need to go fruit shopping :)
Diane Ziomek

Writer/Fiber Artist NotJustAlpaca on Etsy

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Eléna Leprêtre

Crochet Designer&Teacher& Food Lover

Bonjour from France!

I'm a foreign languages teacher in real life.

DIY and crafts addict, I felt the desire to create Nature inspired crochet jewelry and accessories a few years ago. And it's especially the beauty of the flowers that fascinates me.

I'm developing my own techniques which permit me to obtain what I want in the easiest way.

I'm looking for a creative reuse in everything I see, that's why upcycling is just natural for me.

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