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StoneGable: Chive Blossom Vinegar Tutorial _ Chive Blossom Vinaigrette (make it in a mason jar) Using this method I make many different vinegars. Here are some other combinations to make delicious & attractive vinegars:

HOW TO MAKE BOTTLED HERBED VINEGAR - I’ve seen bottles of spiced and/or herbed vinegar for sale in stores for years.  I’ve even owned a few to have on display in my kitchen.  But I never thought of making my own for display AND culinary use until recently when I was flipping through an old gardening book of mine that talked about herb flavored vinegars and how they make great gifts.  It inspired me to get creative and give it a try.  I hope this post will do the same to you.

HOW TO MAKE BOTTLED HERBED VINEGAR - I’ve seen bottles of spiced and/or herbed vinegar for sale in stores for years. I’ve even owned a few to have on display in my kitchen. But I never thought of making my own for display AND culinary use until recently

four thieves vinegar 1- vinegar, wormwood, meadowsweet, juniper, marjoram, sage, cloves, horse heal, angelica, rosemary, horehound and camphor. Valnet calls for steeping these herbs in vinegar for six weeks before decanting, for a lighter flavor I usually allow my herbs to steep in vinegar for about a week.

Four thieves vinegar

The Garden Remedy that Survived the Bubonic Plague: Four Thieves Vinegar. How to make four thieves vinegar.

Chive blossom vinegar - opened new horizons in salad dressings (also try wild garlic etc)

Testing June - homemade chive blossom vinegar to preserve spring's bounty! Use in homemade salad dressings all year long.

Make your own chive blossom vinegar. See how easy it is to infuse vinegar with a subtle onion essence and the purple blush of color of chive blossoms.

Chive Blossom Vinegar Infusion

Chive Blossom Vinegar Infusion Chive Blossoms (enough to fill a pint jar) 1 c Vinegar of Choice (white wine, champagne, rice, or distilled white)

Chive blossoms are a springtime delicacy that go well with eggs, potatoes, vegetables and poultry. Here are five ways to use chive blossoms.

5 Ways to Cook Chive Blossoms

Chive blossoms are a springtime delicacy that go well with eggs, potatoes, vegetables, and poultry. Here are five ways to use chive blossoms.

Chive Flower Butter is a really quick and easy way to enjoy chive flowers and can be used to add colour and flavour to savoury snacks and dishes.

This is exactly what I what I thought of for my chive flowers-need to try! Chive Flower Butter is a really quick and easy way to enjoy chive flowers and can be used to add colour and flavour to savoury snacks and dishes.

Nancy Baggetts Kitchenlane: Beautiful Violet-Herb Vinegars--Easy, Spectacular Gifts from the Kitchen (and Garden)

Nancy Baggett's Kitchenlane: Beautiful Violet-Herb Vinegars--Easy, Spectacular Gifts from the Kitchen (and Garden)

Beautiful Rose Petal Vinegar Recipe + 7 Ways to Use It

Rose petal vinegar is not only pretty to look at, it's quite useful too! It's very cooling, so think of putting it on things that are inflamed such as bug bites and itchy spots.

Homemade Chive Blossom Vinegar

Homemade Chive Blossom Vinegar

Have a lot of chive blossoms? Make this infused oil and vinegar with them!

Chive Blossom Oil and Vinegar

If you& growing chives and there are plenty of flowers blooming make this awesome chive blossom oil and vinegar. It is best for making salad dressings.

Nancy Baggett's Kitchenlane: Nasturtium-Chive Vinegar--Easy, Zingy Beauty in a Bottle

060314 chives ~ Nancy Baggett's Kitchenlane: Nasturtium-Chive Vinegar--Easy, Zingy Beauty in a Bottle

Herb Gardens and Herbed Vinegars

Rattlebridge Farm: Foodie Friday: Herb Gardens and Herbed Vinegars

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