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					Audrey Angbuete
     Nancy Naval
Stella Torrevillas

    SCIENVC C32
   LBYENVC C34
 Scientific   Name: Fragaria Sp.

 It is an aggregate fruit
 With one flower but multiple ovaries
 The ovary position is above the calyx (sepals)
  and corolla (petals).
 Just like any fruit, it contains glucose which
  is why it is sweet.
 Strawberries  are cultivated worldwide and is
  the most popular type of berry fruit in the
  world.
 The fruit is widely appreciated, mainly for its
  characteristic aroma but also for its bright
  red colour, and it is consumed in large
  quantities—either fresh, or in prepared foods.
 They were first bred in Brittany, France in
  1740.
 Although grapes are a common
 fruit choice when making wine
 strawberries are amongst the most
 delicate and exquisite wines you
 can make at home.
 Strawberry   Wine is one of the best known and
  loved English Country wines. It is easy to make
  and ideal for summer garden parties and
  picnics.
 Strawberry wine is also the only wine that can
  retain its ability to taste remarkably good even
  when it is completely dry.
 We  chose strawberry as our fruit for our wine
  because we wanted a fruit that the other
  groups haven’t claimed yet.
 Since most fruits are easy to juice out (like:
  oranges, mangoes, grapes etc.) the
  strawberry seemed to be more of a challenge
  since it has a dry skin and when juiced it
  always includes a part of the fruit (similar
  with a kiwi fruit).
 Strawberries            Bowl
  (250grams)              Empty   Bottle
 Water (500grams)        Rubber band
 Sugar (1½               Plastic
  tablespoon)             Spoon
 Yeast (3 tablespoon)
                          Measuring Devices
 Lemon Juice (2
  teaspoon)
   First make sure that the
    materials are sterilized and
    that the strawberries are
    thoroughly cleaned. Cut of
    the leaves.
   Mash strawberries and sift
    out the pulp. Place juice in a
    bowl.
   Mix in lemon juice. Continue
    stirring while adding water
    and sugar.
   Stir until sugar is dissolved.
    Add the yeast.
   Move mixture into empty
    bottle and stir.
   Cover the opening with plastic
    and secure with rubber band.
   Wait for yeast to ferment, then
    harvest.
 KrausSales. (2002).Home Wine Making with
 Strawberries. Retrieved from
 http://www.eckraus.com/wine-making-
 strawberry.html on April 7, 2010.
Audrey Angbuete
     Nancy Naval
Stella Torrevillas

    SCIENVC C32
   LBYENVC C34

				
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