Red Cooking Wine
- Ready In:
1 20 oz bottles
- Once you have gotten over the fact that you've had to open up a perfectly good bottle of wine for that incredible sauce and realized you can't finish it right now, pour the remainder into a 20 oz clean water bottle to neck, seal and put on shelf in freezer. Depending on how much wine you needed for your recipe, this should give you at least one bottle and enough to start a second.
- This extra bottle gives you room for those "not quite a glass" leftovers from the good bottles. Add to your freezer stash as available.
- I keep several of these bottles handy for cooking. The wine doesn't go rancid, doesn't freeze, and actually seems to strengthen in taste. It also doesn't take away from the drinking stash! : ).
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