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Sorgum
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Frankie    Posted 07-27-2002 at 16:49:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Does anyone know where to by sorgum or sorgum mallases


Jake    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:54:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Frankie, If you live near Kentucky, there is a Sorgum festival in West Liberty, KY the Last Weekend in Sept. Good Luck


Debbie Campbell    Posted 09-03-2003 at 05:44:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am interested in selling candles and scented wax bears during the sorgum festival and I need information on this, so could someone please e-mail me some info on this? Thanks
Debbi Campbell


Rachel    Posted 07-28-2002 at 06:06:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hey Frankie, we buy it at our local feed store. Comes in 1/2 gallon size and smaller. The supermarket like Wally's carries it too in small bottles by Brer Rabbit brand here in Missouri. Try the feed store near you, usually carry it for animal use but same use for people.


ol Henry    Posted 07-28-2002 at 04:07:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Don't know what part of the country you are in but I usually see it at vegetable stands and craft shows and such. Last year we went to a festival at Cane Hill Arkansas and they was making it the old timey way with a mule powered press and all.


DeadCarp    Posted 07-27-2002 at 23:21:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
No, but there's a recipe online somewhere for bee-free honey. I think it uses 1 part water to 6 parts sugar, boil 5 minutes and throw in clover petals for flavor. I tried it once but boiled it twice as long as they said, and got the nicest darn molasses ya ever met! The honey's good too. it could fool anybody.....


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