Five Gallon Bucket

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“Five Gallon Bucket”
A savoring eBook with rich flavor’s
by Steve Caresser

Steve Caresser has 30 years wine making experience. He has decided to share 10 of his favorite “Five Gallon Bucket” recipes for the purpose of knowing someone else in this world is enjoying savoring the rich flavor’s he has developed and enjoyed through the years. More

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About Steve Caresser

About Steve Caresser

... Steve Caresser was born in 1955 in Marysville California USA, and was raised in Modesto California USA. He grew up in Riverdale track as the locals there call it. His home was 2 blocks from the Tuolumne River, and Riverdale Island which he renamed Phantom Island, for his comic eBook. He spent most of his time growing up as a boy on Phantom Island, cutting school and running away from home.

His fight with Alzheimer’s

... Alzheimer’s is a daily struggle. The other day my accomplishments were staring at the computer monitor for six hours. When my loving wife returned home and opened the door, somehow she triggered inside of me my responsibility and I began writing once again.

... All days are not that bad. Some days are really nice and I feel like I am normal like every one around me. Usually it is when loving family members are surrounding me and somehow I bounce off of them and keep on keeping on.

About our eBooks

... I have been writing off and on for the past 10 years working on four eBooks, while struggling with Alzheimer’s. At this time they are pending revision.

# 1: “The Scared Crow” the first novel I finished a mystery thriller.
# 2: “The Phantom Cow” a comical eBook that will make you laugh.
# 3: “Endearing Endurance” a true story of my life, that will make you laugh, cry and ride an emotional roller coaster.
# 4: “Five Gallon Bucket” I have 30 years wine making experience and just want to share the savoring flavors I have blended over the years.

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Reviews

Review by: Ben Woodard on Jan. 10, 2012 :
I've never made wine, but always thought I'd like to try. If I do, I'll use this book. It's straight forward yet detailed enough that I think I could. And the recipes cover every kind from corn to dandelion. (And grape too.) Even if you are like me and have only a passing interest in making wine, this book is worth a read. You might start collecting bottles. :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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