Fruit-infused sakes

We have strawberry-infused sake, citrus-infused sake and pineapple-infused sake. These recipes are all pretty simple -- but they involve a time commitment. The infusing process for the strawberry and citrus sakes can take up to four days, while the pineapple sake is a relatively speedy 30 minutes, plus time to chill it. <i>Kanpai</i>!! (Okay this one is easy)<br>
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/features/food/la-fo-citrus-sake-s,0,369263.story" target=new>Lime-infused sake</a><br>
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/features/food/la-fo-infused-vodkas-s,0,3116138.story" target=new>Strawberry-infused sake</a><br>
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/features/food/la-fo-pineapple-sake-s,0,1346646.story" target=new>Pineapple-infused sake</a>

( Photo by Mel Melcon )

We have strawberry-infused sake, citrus-infused sake and pineapple-infused sake. These recipes are all pretty simple -- but they involve a time commitment. The infusing process for the strawberry and citrus sakes can take up to four days, while the pineapple sake is a relatively speedy 30 minutes, plus time to chill it. Kanpai!! (Okay this one is easy)

Lime-infused sake

Strawberry-infused sake

Pineapple-infused sake

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