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Monday, July 9, 2012

Cherry Infused Vinegar

Cherry Infused Vinegar is SOOOO easy and makes an incredible finished product!  Here is all it takes!

  1. Pick your cherries (any fruit or herb that you want).
  2. Fill up a container with fruit.  I even left the stems & pits on.
  3. Cover the Cherries with Vinegar.  I used a combo of mostly white vinegar, some rice wine vinegar and some red wine vinegar because that's what I had in my pantry.  I also read on some sites that you could use balsamic vinegar.
  4. Then just loosely cover the jar so it can breathe.
  5. Let it sit at least a month then strain out debris & cherries. Bottle up Vinegar & Enjoy!!
  6. It makes a wonderful salad dressing.  I read on another blog that she had forgotten about her vinegar and it had gotten pushed to the back of the pantry.  She then discovered it a couple years later.  She said it was the MOST fantastic vinegar that she had ever put into her mouth.  So make sure you tuck away some bottles so they can age.

My salad dressing: Olive oil, cherry vinegar, salt, pepper, honey & fresh lime juice!

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  1. When you bottle it - do you can it or just put it in a jar with a lid? I'm thinking of this as a Christmas gift, but since we ship most of our gifts out of state, I don't know what the best way to package it would be...and, as a side note, let me know when you're working on peaches - I'm envisioning sending off Colorado Peaches to New Hampshire for Christmas, too :-)

    1. I just bottle it - no canning! I think any infused vinegar would be a great gift. And we should do a peach canning day together!!


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