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    8.28.13

    Summer fruits and autumn spices combine forces in this perfect ‘transitional’ cocktail for Labor Day weekend! We know we’re not supposed to wear white after the weekend – a rule we personally don’t adhere to – but if you’re a fashion traditionalist, forego the white pants this September and get your fix of white from a glass of this sangria instead.

    The girls of Spork Foods whipped up pitchers of this delectable wine-based cocktail in our recent Vegan Kitchen get-together with Jenni Kayne and rip+tan. See all the other deliciously vegan recipes here and let us know how your sangria batches turn out! Remember, letting the concoction chill for up to 2 hours before drinking is best – if you can wait that long!

    A tip from the Spork Foods girls on vegan wine and beer: Some companies can use ingredients such as isinglass (from fish bladder), gelatin, egg whites, and seashells, among other non-vegan things, in wine, beer and hard liquor.  Check out Barnivore.com to find out what’s vegan!

     

     

    Spiced White Sangria
    Yields about 6-8 cups

    Ingredients

    1/2 nectarine, small dice (or other seasonal fruit)
    1 pear, small dice (or other seasonal fruit)
    1 lime, sliced
    1 orange, or 2 clementines, sliced
    1 bottle vegan Sauvignon Blanc (Frey Vineyards)
    1 liter carbonated water (orange or lemon flavor)
    3 cinnamon sticks
    2 Tbsp evaporated cane sugar
    2-3 sprigs fresh mint

    Directions

    Add nectarine, pear, lime and oranges, or clementines to a large pitcher.  

    Add wine, carbonated water, cinnamon sticks, evaporated cane sugar, mint sprigs and a splash of Cointreau.  Stir.  

    Refrigerate for 1/2 hour to 2 hours for the best flavor.  

    Serve cool.  

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    Comments


    1. The best way is to prepare sangria the day before and let it refrigerate during the entire night. The day after it will taste much better!
      2 hours in not enough, at least 5 to 6 hours.

      Zeno | 08.28.2013 | Reply

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