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by latisha (herbmother) on Flickr
Many infused vinegar combos. "I use rosemary to wash counter-tops and rinse hair and rose vinegar to as my facial astringent and to soothe sunburns. The rest of the vinegars we make end up being mostly for food and experimentation. It’s my favorite way to use up extra herbs. We’ve got loads of em. I like them on salads, beans, reduced then stir-fried with greens, added to a pesto, in a little seltzer water (rose is amazing in summer this way), added to smoothies, soups…..you get the idea."
How To: herb infused vinegars
For the Love of Vinegar Make herbal vinegars for health and cooking. Easy way to store extra herbs at end of season.
vinegar by latisha (herbmother), via Flickr
Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Basil, Citrus, Fennel and more flavors of Infused vinegar
Do-it-Yourself: Infused Vinegar | 1 1/2 cups fresh basil leaves or thyme, tarragon or rosemary sprigs 4 cups white wine or Champagne vinegar 1 clove garlic, thinly sliced 2 lemon zest strips, each 1 inch wide and 2 inches long
How to: make your own infused vinegars
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