What is mead: ranging in alcohol content, shade and body, this flavorful nectar is made by fermenting a mixture of honey and water.
HoneyColony’s founder Maryam Henein breaks down the compelling research on why we should eat fermented foods, along with some great tips on where to find them and how to make them yourself.
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Use wine to clean your countertops, trap flies, heal bruises and maybe even slow down the aging process.
Genetically modified yeast has been used in the commercial production of American wine for years. Here’s how to make sure you’re not drinking frankenwine.