Yield: 3 Cups
|1 cup||Fresh herbs|
|3 cups||Vinegar; 6% acidity|
|-||their flowers, if|
|-||available (when bottling)|
x Sprigs of fresh herbs; with
"My favorite herb vinegar is rosemary made with a rich red wine vinegar. It is the only one I use regularly, preferring to add other herbs fresh to specific dishes. You should experiment until you find your favorite combinations."
Crush the fresh herbs, place them in a glass jar or crock, and cover with the vinegar. Let the mixture steep in a cool pantry for up to 1 month, tasting to determine when your vinegar is sufficiently flavored. Strain through cheesecloth or a coffee filter. Bottle, add a fresh sprig of the herb, and close with a cork. Store in a cool, dark cupboard.
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