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Stock photo ID:171375224
Upload date:June 21, 2013

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'Making a batch of raspberry cordial. Sugar being added to a jar of fresh raspberries and vodka.Recipe:2 cups rapsberries1-2 cups sugarvodka to fill a quart jarFill a quart jar half full of fresh ripe (overripe if you can) raspberries. Add 1 cup of sugar, pour in vodka to fill the jar mostly full (leave some room for mixing). Seal, shake to dissolve sugar and store in a cool place for 3 months, stirring or shaking weekly. Taste after the first couple weeks and add more sugar if desired.'
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