Do you still remember my white rice wine which seemed to have frozen in space?
Well, after more than a month, nothing seems to be changing. The good thing is, I can once again smell the wine fragrance near the opening, which seemed to be a good sign.
Today I decided to harvest it, after 35 days of fermentation. The rice wine looks like diluted milk. I've placed it in the fridge for it to separate.
I was merrily sieving and throwing away the rice residue until I recall these can be used for cooking. By then, at least half of it had ended in the refuse bag. Arrgghh...what was I doing? I kept the rest into a glass jar and leave that in the fridge too. Shall give it to my aunt as she mentioned she likes to cook with it.
I tasted a little of the residue and a drop of the wine. Both tasted pleasantly sweet. The earlier sour taste seemed to be gone. Will test some more after the wine has separated.