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With winter slowly approaching, what better to do while keeping yourself warm than to make some delicious goodies. You should check out Infuse: Oil, Spirit, Water, a recipe book with over 50 recipes. On the back of the book, you’ll find the definition of the word infuse. It means ‘to steep in liquid so as to extract the essential flavors of the ingredients’.

Infuse Oil, Spirit, Water

This book will teach you how to infuse many different ingredients.

This book will get you instructions and tips on how to infuse oils, liquor and water. It’s beautifully designed and written with simple instructions. You’ll learn how to make different things, from spicy chili oil added to a grilled pizza bianca to a hot toddy spiked with peach bourbon.

Infuse Oil, Spirit, Water

The instructions are very simple to follow.

You can also learn how to make refreshing drinks, like The Cold Brew Coffee or The Summer Berry Hibiscus Tea. It’s a wonderful book for those who like to try out new things, and you’ll wonder why you just tried it out now and not sooner.

Infuse Oil, Spirit, Water

You can experiment with different ingredients.

Infusing isn’t expensive and you can use many ingredients, like fresh herbs, fruits, or tea leaves. You can have a lot of fun experimenting with different ingredients. It can also be a great gift for someone who likes to try out new things and enjoys preparing homemade recipes. Infuse is written by Eric Prum and Josh Williams, best friends who previously wrote Shake: A New Perspective on Cocktails.

Get it from Amazon here

Infuse Oil, Spirit, Water

It will also teach you how to make refreshing drinks.

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