Friday, September 13, 2013

RECIPE: Fruit Vinegar

Very easy recipe! One idea is to use soft peaches or nectarines...


•1 part fruit (picked over, cleaned, stemmed and chopped into 1-inch chunks, as needed)

•1 part white wine vinegar


1.Sterilize a large glass jar and lid. Set aside.

2.In a pot over medium heat on the stove, combine the fruit and the vinegar.

3.Smash and stir the mixture with a fork to help break up the fruit and distribute a little color.

4.Bring to a gentle boil and boil for 1 minute. Remove from the heat and let cool just a few minutes.

5.Pour the warm mixture into your sterilized jar and store it away on a shelf for 5 days.

6.Strain the vinegar from the fruit – toss the fruit – and pour the vinegar into a newly sterilized jar.

7.Store on a dark shelf and use liberally within six months
Submitted by Sarah Marder

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