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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Chopped of rye-bread (pieces 1,5x1,5 sm) and dry in the oven (make it brown – not black:)
  • Add the dry rye-bread in boiling water, cover it and live for 4-5 h.
  • After, filter it and add yeast and sugar, leave it for 12-14 h (but not cover or cover the piece of textile)
  • Filter it and bottled, add in each bottle 3-4 sultanas
  • Leave it for 2-3 h in warm place
  • After put the bottle in the cold place for 2- 3 days
  • You can add the mint to the bottle for special taste
  • Or add honey
  • Important- prepare the kvas only in glass or enamel

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  • Dyte 4 years ago
    Hi!
    Does anyone know why it's so important to use glass or enamel bottles for this?
    The thing is, I'm making Kvas right now, but I was using another recipe. Basically it's the same, but it didn't say anything about the kind of bottles, so I'm using plastic bottles, the kvas is riping in them right now.
    Will it fail?
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  • geoff76 4 years ago
    Sultana is a type of raisin. The more reddish kind versus the normal dark blue/purple kind. Probably can use either type though.
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    Nadya, what is sultana? Do you know what I could use in it's place in the US?
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    " It was excellent "
    unclefedor ate it and said...
    coool! Okroshka - fire-fire :))))))))))))
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    " It was good "
    pops ate it and said...
    looks great will try it on all on my birthday 27 oct
    will be putting out my own menu for a barbcue on that day hope you try
    Pops
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