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If you are asking about grape must (crushed grapes and juice, usually referring to winemaking), then they are not the same. The grape solids eventually get removed, thereby reducing the total amount. Also, most Grape Juice has some type of preservative (sodium benzoate is common) which will kill the yeast cultures used to make wine. However, if grape must isn't what you are talking about, I have no idea :-)

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Is 4 quarts of grapes mush the same as 4 quarts of grape juice?

If you are asking about grape must (crushed grapes and juice, usually referring to winemaking), then they are not the same. The grape solids eventually get removed, thereby reducing the total amount. Also, most grape juice has some type of preservative (sodium benzoate is common) which will kill the yeast cultures used to make wine. However, if grape must isn't what you are talking about, I have no idea :-)


Do green grapes and purple grapes grow on the same vine?

No. they are different variants of grape.


What does fermentation do to grape juice?

Fermentation is basically when yeast grows on the SKIN of grapes. When the skin is broken down, the yeast feeds on the glucose ( which is in the grape juice ) which turns it into ethanol ( alcohol ) BUT and the SAME time it makes carbon dioxide. This is used in wine making, so it doesn't do anything to the grape juice, but it helps make it after the ethanol is taken out and the rest is purified.


Where do seedless grapes grow?

On vines ... the same as any other grape !


How are omelettes and grape juice the same?

they are the same beacause there both mixtures


Is grape vinegar the same as balsamic vinegar?

What??? balsamic has oil and junk??? no!! balsamic vinegar is made from Trebbiano grapes only. Grape vinegar can be made from an assortment of grapes. The aging process is the same no, you idiot... grape vinegar has grape.... and balsamic has oil and other junk i dont care about


Is a green grape better for you than a red grape?

both the grapes hold the same nutrients and benfits. therefore neither grape is better than each other


Are health benefits of grape juice same as wine?

Yes, they are both packed with antioxidants (polyphenols). The only difference is that grape juice contains a lot more sugar, and wine contains alcohol.


Is sprite is solution?

I believe that Sprite is actually a hypotonic solution. At first, I believed that it was hypertonic until I conducted an experiment in my Biology class in which grapes were exposed to Sprite and White Grape Juice. The grapes in the White Grape Juice showed to be somewhat isotonic and each grape in Sprite had a visible increase in mass. This was weighed with the same scale and materials were the same. I did three trials and all trials displayed a hypotonic result from Sprite, thus my hypothesis which was that the grapes in Sprite would shrivel up and decrease in mass because Sprite is a hypertonic solution, was not supported by my data. Although the trials were few in number, the end result for each one appeared the same. Therefore, I can conclude that Sprite is in fact a hypotonic solution instead of a hypertonic solution as I had first thought.


How much wine will a gallon of grape juice make?

Since you're starting with juice, not grapes, you can count on about the same amount of finished wine -- about a gallon. In practice, you'll end up with a little less, because some finished wine will stay behind in the primary and secondary fermentation vats.


How fattening is wine?

Wine isn't fattening although it contains calories (about the same number as in grape juice).


Is Sprite a hypertonic solution?

I believe that Sprite is actually a hypotonic solution. At first, I believed that it was hypertonic until I conducted an experiment in my Biology class in which grapes were exposed to Sprite and White Grape Juice. The grapes in the White Grape Juice showed to be somewhat isotonic and each grape in Sprite had a visible increase in mass. This was weighed with the same scale and materials were the same. I did three trials and all trials displayed a hypotonic result from Sprite, thus my hypothesis which was that the grapes in Sprite would shrivel up and decrease in mass because Sprite is a hypertonic solution, was not supported by my data. Although the trials were few in number, the end result for each one appeared the same. Therefore, I can conclude that Sprite is in fact a hypotonic solution instead of a hypertonic solution as I had first thought.


Is the wine now the same wine as Jesus drank?

Same basic concept. Crush grapes add yeast let mother nature do the rest. Today we filter the wine and do not have the contamination problems that they had 2000 years ago but wine is still just fermented grape juice. Same as what Jesus served.


Is it possible to pee the same color as whatever you drank?

It's possible if you drink grape juice you pee purple if you are a unicorn!!!!


Will water milk and grape juice take the same time to froze?

I think the milk will take longer as it has some fats in it.


Which will hold more juice half gallon or 2 quarts?

same amount 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 quart = 0.25 gallon


How did ancient Greeks make wine?

They extracted grape juice or whatever type of fruit they were using and then bottled, and let the juice ferment, the same way we do it now pretty much.


What does seeing the glass half empty mean?

The phrase, seeing the glass as half empty, means that a person is taking a pessimistic view, preferring to see what he or she doesn't have rather than what he or she has. If you have, let us say, a 10 ounce glass which contains 5 ounces of grape juice, you can be happy that you have half a glass of grape juice to drink, or you can be unhappy that you do not have the full 10 ounces of grape juice to drink. You can see the glass as half full, which is a good thing, or you can see the glass as half empty, which is a bad thing, although in either case it is the same glass with the same 5 ounces of grape juice in it.


What came first the grape or the color grape?

Great question. Etymology of common words is often shrouded in a historical mist. The word grape is reputed to come from archaic English "graper" which was a tool to grab grapes - so you see that grab and grape have the same source. However, maybe the graper was named after the grape. It is likely that the color is a reflection of the fruit.


How much money is saved buying one gallon of juice for 4.79 instead of 4 quarts of the same juice for 1.29 a quart?

One would save $0.37 by buying the one gallon over four quarts.


Is grape juice as good for you as wine?

Possibly. It's thought that red or purple grape products may reduce your risk of heart disease by relaxing your blood vessels, allowing your blood to more easily flow. This benefit is most likely due to substances called antioxidants found in the skin and seeds of grapes - especially dark red and purple grapes. One particularly important antioxidant, resveratrol, is also found in grape juice - especially juice made from dark purple Concord grapes.Recent studies have suggested that red and purple grape juices may provide some of the same heart benefits of red wine, including:Reducing the risk of blood clotsReducing low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad") cholesterolPreventing damage to blood vessels in your heartHelping maintain a healthy blood pressure


Do fancy rats eat grapes?

Fancy rats absolutely, unequivocally love grapes because as you know grapes are just plumped up raisin's, and as a fact, raisin and rat start with the same letter. So, if raison and rat start with the same letter, and a grape is a plumped up raison, then the answer would be most definitely.


How do you make the red wines?

The process for making a red and white wine are the same, except that the skin of the grape is left in the juice that is to be fermented. In a white wine, the juice is filtered to remove the skins.


What are the grapes in the Bible?

The same as they are today - the fruit of the vine.As the people's of biblical times were agrarian for the most part, there are Scriptures to metaphorically describe blood as the color of grape juice, or the ripened grapes referring to mankind as being ready for harvest. See this one:Luke 6:44New King James Version (NKJV)44 For every tree is known by its own fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they gather grapes from a bramble bush.


What kind of grapes are used to make Sauvignon Blanc?

Sauvignon blanc is a variety of grape which produces the crisp and refreshing white wine of the same name. The grape originates from the Bordeaux region of France although it is now grown worldwide.