A Homemade Rosemary Flavored Vinegar That's Absolutely Divine!
December 08, 2007
I really like flavored olive oils and flavored vinegar, but they can tend to be quite pricey. So, I found some ways to make my own at home. Here's a way for you to make your very own rosemary-flavored vinegar.
The type of vinegar you'll want to use for this is organic, obviously. It needs to be aged in wood barrels, unpasteurized and naturally filtered. One more important thing to look for in vinegar, especially apple cider vinegar, is that it's got the mother of vinegar in it. To learn about the reasons for this choice of vinegar, search Mercola.com. The apple cider vinegar I'm using today only costs a couple of bucks a bottle .
Place rosemary sprig inside vinegar bottle until submerged.
Place bottle in cool, dark place (may refrigerate if desired) for about 2 to 3 weeks.
Filter vinegar and rebottle in decorative bottle, if you've got one, or just a plain glass bottle or jar.
You'll end up with a lovely, rosemary-flavored apple cider vinegar that smells absolutely divine, and lasts for a good, long time.
Very, very tasty. Enjoy!