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Has anyone here ever had any luck making Posca? I would love to find a good, actually drinkable, recipe for this. Preferrably using pic related.

From Wikipedia:

"Posca was a popular drink in ancient Rome and Greece, made by mixing sour wine or vinegar with water and flavouring herbs. It originated in Greece as a medicinal mixture but became an everyday drink for the Roman army and the lower classes from around the 2nd century BC, continuing to be used throughout Roman history and into the Byzantine period."
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Never heard of it, but I know of a company that makes "drinking vinegar" and vinegar-ish sodas with herb flavors. I think it's called Pok Pok.
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Ever heard of a shrub? A raspberry-basil shrub-posca could be good...
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>>8497545
Thanks, I had never heard of that, but I looked at that place's website. I live in Seattle, so I do go to PDX once in a while..... I think I'll buy some, and then try to reverse engineer it at home.
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>>8497557
I was guessing I wouldn't even get any responses to my weird question, but I've already received two of them. Thank you. I had never heard of shrub, either, but I just quickly looked and found a few easy-looking recipes, which I'm going to try.....
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Apple cider vinegar and something like Seagrams ginger ale is pretty good. My dad and I used to make it from time to time when I was a kid. Just a few tablespoons or so of vinegar and a can of ginger ale tastes pretty good.
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I don't know about this specific one, but I've had many other vinegar drinks. East Asia has all kinds of delicious sweetened vinegars for drinking and salad. I'm crazy about Korean pomegranate vinegar, which goes wonderfully with a shot of soju and half a can of soda water
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>>8497576
I'm in WA, too.
Does one water-down posca prior to drinking? That's how shrubs were consumed (circa later 1800's America).
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>>8497852
Say no more - I'm putting ginger in vinegar tomorrow. Rice wine?
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>>8497531
ACV is so fucken delicious to me. I just pour that good shit in great white northern beans and other types of beans. It makes a fantastic soup.
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2 TBSP Psyllium Husk + 3 TBSP Apple Cider Vinegar + 1/4 Cup Orange Juice + Enough water to top off the pint glass. I drink this once a day.

My stomach and poops have never felt better.
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