Instant Pots are huge right now and this is only going to make them more popular. David Murphy from New Jersey went full Jesus and figured out how to make wine with his appliance.

It took a combination of Welch's Grape Juice, sugar, red wine yeast and patience. Lots of patience. This isn't the perfect solution if you're out of booze and you need a quick fix.

It took David 48 hours of cooking his juice on the Instant Pot's "yogurt" low-heat setting. He vented the carbon dioxide buildup every six to eight hours and then let the mixture sit for eight days to get rid of the fizziness.

David says the wine tasted like, "an extremely pleasant table wine" with hints of dark cherries and raw chocolate. Is that worth all the effort?

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