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How to Make Infused Vinegar


| 4/3/2019 3:34:00 PM


Infused Vinegars

How to Make Infused Vinegar

Infused vinegars add dazzle to food. They make great gifts, too.

1. Wash a glass canning jar and its lid in hot, soapy water. Rinse, and leave the jar in hot water until the vinegar and other ingredients are ready.

2. Make sure infusion ingredients are clean.

3. Heat vinegar in a saucepan to just below 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Turn off heat.



4. Remove jar from the water and drain it. Pack herbs and other infusion ingredients into the jar. Pour in hot vinegar, leaving one-quarter-inch headspace. Place a small piece of wax paper or plastic wrap over the top, then screw on the lid. (The wax paper ensures the vinegar doesn’t touch the metal and corrode it.)



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