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Old 04-02-2009, 04:03 PM   #11
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Something the chart GB pointed you to failed to mention - this is what is left if cooked "uncovered". If simmered covered - the alcohol condenses on the lid and runs back down into the pot.

For some reason - you can't reduce the alcohol content below about 0.5% - even if distilling wine to remove it. Same thing with non-alcoholic beer.

And like GB said - congrats on 4 years!
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