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Default Old Recipe: "Bee Wine"

Ok i know this is an old discussion but if anyone's Reading it as i just did, i would like to say that water kefir grains is also known as California bees, they Will grow as the recipe says, they feed on sugar/molasses and dried fruit and they produce a slight carbonation when placed in a sealed container such as a capped bottle :-)
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