Macerate fruit in sugar, then strain and mix the juice with vinegar to make your own shrub. It's refreshing, complex and a superb mixer! Learn how to make your own from Michael Dietsch and Serious Eats - one technique, infinite possibilities!
Make a batch of this ginger syrup and can it up for long term storage. Have it on hand for homemade ginger ale, upset tummies and more! The Homesteading Hippy #homesteadhippy #fromthefarm #preserving #prepared
Drink Recipe: Ginger Switchel... Dating back to the early American colonies and possibly the Caribbean before that, this vinegar and ginger drink became known as haymaker's punch in the 19th century, when it was served to quench farmers' thirst during the hay harvest. It's a fun recipe to tinker with and a charming alternative to aggressively sweet modern day drinks.