Recipes Simple Homemade Vinegar

 

Recipes Simple Homemade Vinegar

Recipes Simple Homemade Vinegar

  1. 1 Stale wine
  2. 1/4 Live vinegar

Recipes Simple Homemade Vinegar

  1. Get your self a wide-mouthed ceramic or even wooden container like this particular one.

  2. Add wines. You can use any kind of wine, however, you probably avoid want to use something that’s still good to imbibe. The real value associated with this recipe is getting an old stale container, or the 1/2 container you forgot in the particular fridge for a 7 days to good use.

  3. Then add good vinegar, the kind that’s still alive. Most store bought vinegar will have been pasteurized, which makes it pretty useless in this situation. I recommend using Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar, as it’s generally the most commonly available unpasteurized vinegar. 25% vinegar to 75% wine is enough to get you started, and you can get away with less vinegar.

  4. Put a lid on your container. It should not be airtight. My container has a loose fitting lid that works great. It keeps the bugs out, but the vinegar can still breathe. You can use some thick cloth if your container doesn’t have a proper lid.

  5. Now put it somewhere for a month or so. You can give it a taste every now and then. When it tastes like vinegar, start cooking with it.