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Friday, 11 December 2020

Harvested My Homemade Glutinous Rice Wine

I managed to capture some nice morning sky shots last Monday morning on our morning walk. The photos were taken both on the East and West side as we walked.

Breaking of dawn at 6:50am
Just before we set out on our morning walk.
6:54am.
On the opposite side (Kledang Hill) at 6:56am
6:58am
On the opposite side (Kledang Hill) at 6:58am.
6:59am

7:00am
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Back home after the morning walk.
White Dwarf Mexican Petunia.
Making glutinous rice wine for home consumption.
I managed to harvest the above amount of rice wine after 40 days.
Keeping them in the fridge for future cooking purposes.
Residue from the rice wine.
Can be used for cooking meat dishes.
Thick sweet crunchy Jackfruit from our friend.
While I was busy extracting the rice wine from the residue, hubby went out to buy lunch and came back with KFC Tandoori chicken. I was surprised because I didn't expect him to buy KFC. Anyway, it was a pleasant surprise.


Jesus replied, "What I am telling you so earnestly is this:

Unless one is born of water and the Spirt,

he cannot enter the Kingdom of God.

Men can only reproduce human life,

but the Holy Spirit gives new life from heaven;

so don't be surprised at my statement that you must be born again.

(John 3:5-7, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. The mexican petunia is looking good as the sky is too.

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  2. Mmm so yummy,have a nice day <3

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  3. I loved to see your street views with the mountain at the background. Pretty white flowers and interesting to her about your rice wine! Happy Holidays.

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  4. Thumbs up for you making rice wine yourself! The jackfruit looks so tasty.

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  5. Interesante el vino de arroz. Besos.

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  6. ...it sounds like wine can be made of almost anything.

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  7. Hello,

    Pretty sky series. The Mexican Petunia is pretty. Your meal sounds delicious. Take care, have a happy weekend!

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  8. Congrats on getting the rice wine. What did you use as the starter to start fermenting the glutinous rice?

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    1. I use the round and dry type known as "chow paeng". Can get it from the rice shop.

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  9. White Dwarf Mexican Petunia, wow how beautiful Nancy. Rice wine. Can it get you drunk?

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. I usually use the rice wine for cooking only and it couldn't get us drunk that way. Happy weekend.

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  10. Oh KFC. Hubby and I enjoy having KFC now and then. Delicious.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  11. The sky shots are gorgeous! Glad you got your glutinous rice wine done. The KFC Tandoori chicken looks great. I'm going to check to see if our KFC has that!

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  12. So nice to visit your blog and see the amazing sky shots.

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  13. I have not seen rice wine on the shelves for many months, never thought of making my own. Thanks for the idea. Have a good weekend and stay safe, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Have a great weekend and stay safe.

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  14. The skies and flowers are so beautiful.

    Is rice wine easy to make?

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  15. beautiful sky and mountain.... and nice town.
    love Jackfruit ...sweet.

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  16. I like the sky shots, and how you include the times they were captured. Very nice!!

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  17. Lovely skies Nancy. I especially like the mountain photos where the mist is lying low. Have a great weekend.

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  18. Nice photos! Thank you very much)

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  19. Beautiful sky shots here! Love that Petunia and meant to tell you that I loved the pink flowers in the post above.

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  20. All right that is a decent amount of rice wine harvested. Looked so little in the first picture with the residue.

    I'd imagine KFC once in a while is very enjoyable? :)

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  21. Awesome sky shots! The mist reminds me of Cameron Highlands, we have a photo with the mountains and the mist too. Congrats on your harvest.

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