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Boozy Berries

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  <h1 itemprop="name">Boozy Berries </h1>
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  By <span itemprop="author" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person"><a href="https://profiles.google.com/108641528210325220263/about" rel="author">Dr. Jean Layton</a></span>
<time datetime="2015-11-18" itemprop="datePublished">November 18, 2015</time>
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  Prep time: <time datetime="PT1M" itemprop="prepTime">1 min</time>
  Cook time: <time datetime="PT168H" itemprop="cookTime">1 week</time>
  Total time: <time datetime="PT1H6M" itemprop="totalTime">1 week</time>
  Yield: <span itemprop="recipeYield">1 quart</span>
  Equipment: 1 canning jar with lid
  Ingredients:
<span itemprop="recipeIngredient">1 pint raspberries, blackberries, black currants, blueberries (heck any berry you want)</span>
<span itemprop="recipeIngredient">3/4 quart good quality brandy or vodka</span>
<span itmeprop="recipeIngredient">one vanilla bean-optional </span>

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1. Rinse berries if you are concerned about the dirt, otherwise place in the jar.
2. Pour the brandy or vodka over the berries, 
3. Shake slightly to make sure there aren't any air bubbles. The berries need to be below the level of the alcohol.
4. if using the vanilla bean, slit it lengthwise and slide the vanilla bean into the side of the jar. 
5. let sit for a week, gently shaking the jar once a day. 
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