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 Can you add Banana to Mead?

Answer If you do try bananas, use them for only a very small fraction of your mead. Mead takes so long to become drinkable, it would be a shame to crap up a large part of the batch.If your separation prob... Read More »
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Banana BREAD to Banana MUFFINS: How Do I Convert Cooking Time?

A little google search and it looks like you should be testing them at 15 minutes and probably done in 18-20 minutes.
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Why does the skin on a banana change as the banana ripens?

Ethylene causes the ripening process, which also causes the color change.
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How to Make Mead?

When you mix water and honey and ferment it with yeast, you get mead, an alcoholic drink often referred to as "honey wine". There are over 30 different kinds of mead.[1] This article will give you ... Read More »
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How did the vikings make mead...?

They didn't accumulate the honey; they had bees to do the job for them.
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