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After making the rookie mistake of having a clear out just before a trade train happened *doh* I'm sitting on the platform urgently rummaging through decks to see if I have any I could swap, so I'm still pending. When is the latest date we have to be onboard?
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Goshdarnit, I dunno, a few days before liftoff?



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best advice i ever read regarding trade-trains, remember, you only need to swap ONE!
So no matter how long a list, only one deck is going to get picked, unless you like the after-train-frenzy that is...


I am gearing up for a bi-annual readathon tomorrow. 24 hours of non-stop bookish madness, throw in some snacks, an excuse to putter around in your pyjamas a whole day and lot of fun on different social media sites together with 1400 other readers across the world.



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You're very welcome as a stowaway!
Why thank you! I'll be dressing up as a server and bussing tables if you need me.
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Hello, I finally have some time to sit down and have a drink. Whatever your local beer is will do, please.



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Happy to please both of you.

And now. To the world of *real* drinks, I'm just about to set up a batch of mead to ferment. Turns out my next door neighbours have four adult children who are all organic beekeepers, and they have a house full of honey and they don't even like the stuff. So off I go, to find sterilised equipment, purified water and a good winemaking yeast, all of which I strongly suspect can be found in my home at this moment.

I have a few bottles left of an apple-and-cinnamon melomel, a melomel called "Viking's Blood" (fermented from honey and cherry juice), and a show mead.

The batch I'll be making now, will be a show mead, and on bottling it a few weeks down the line, I plan to include in a few bottles a cinnamon stick, in others a vanilla pod, in others a star anise star, in others a cardarmon pod, and leave others plain.




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Impressive, Nisaba! While I love the idea of fermenting on a large scale, the space required and the maintenance is daunting to me. My GF keeps a kombucha SCOBY and makes kimchi or sauerkraut from time to time but we leave it at that. I love me some sauerkraut! Onna bun! With tempeh! And cashew cream sauce!

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Impressive, Nisaba! While I love the idea of fermenting on a large scale, the space required and the maintenance is daunting to me.
<grin> I just have a thirty litre fermenter which sits on a shelf in my laundry. For what it is, it takes up less-than-no space: storage of bottles between brews takes up much more. A thirty litre fermenter, once the racking, sediment disposal, and yes, evaporation has happened, comes down to about 27 750ml bottles. More than enough for me and my friends - I'm not a heavy drinker.

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My GF keeps a kombucha SCOBY
<swoon> I used to LOVE my kombucha mother! Drank litres and litres of the stuff in summer, a bit less in winter. I've had less luck with them in the last few years - no matter how careful I am about sterility and cleanliness, they always seem to get infected with house-mould after a while, and once infected, you (or at least I) can never rehabilitate them.

Perhaps if I bring a few bottles of mead on the trade train, you can bring a bottle of kombucha?

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sauerkraut from time to time but we leave it at that. I love me some sauerkraut!
I like the taste of the stuff, but I don't like the memories that come with it.



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cashew cream sauce!
From the last farmer's market: fresh macadamia paste, and roasted macadamia paste. Both their different charms.



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