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Use summer's bounty of berries and herbs to create homemade flavoured vinegars for salads, marinades and beautiful gifts
Remember to shake your herb jar every day for a week to develop the flavours in your infused vinegar
When you’ve had your fill of tarts, smoothies and other berry delights, take your leftover berries and herbs and infuse them in vinegar for a simple, yet elegant condiment that is perfect for gift giving.
Berry vinegars are delicious in salad dressings and marinades.
Add a splash of herbed vinegar to grilled vegetables, homemade mayonnaise, soups and stews for a much welcome zip.
These recipes are easy to make and beautiful to look at when stored in decorative bottles and will last up to a year in a cool, dark place.
Strain the vinegar in a single layer of cheesecloth before pouring into canning jars. (Image by Jenn Chic)
Recipes reprinted with permission from Put ‘Em Up! by Sherri Brooks Vinton.