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Cranberry vinegar goes well on salads and is a perfect addition at Thanksgiving and Christmas meals
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup fresh cranberries
  • 1 quart white wine vinegar
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Steps 1.)
1.) Wash the cranberries. Remove any foreign items and dirt.

2.) Allow the cranberries to dry. This is easiest if you place them on kitchen paper towel that has been arranged over a wire cake rack.

3.) Pack the cranberries into the container of choice. Fill three quarters of the way.

4.) Heat the vinegar to boiling point and remove as soon as it reaches this point.

5.) Pour the vinegar over the packed cranberries. Add any more cranberries if room, otherwise pop on the lid.

6.) Put the vinegar into a sunny place, such as the windowsill and let the vinegar infuse. Leave it for at least 2 weeks. If it is not a very sunny time of year, leave longer.

7.) Taste it. If you like the flavour, it is ready to use. If not, strain out the vinegar, add more cranberries to the container (pack down well) and pour the strained vinegar back in.

8.) Use. Add to dressings for salads, including meat-based salads (great for leftover turkey).
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Tips
  • You can vary the quantities; just keep the ration one cup cranberries to one quart vinegar each time you increase the amount.
  • This vinegar will store well in the pantry at room temperature.
  • This makes a great gift when labelled and decorated.
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Things You'll Need
Wire cake rack
Paper towel
Storage bottle, jar etc. that has been properly sterilised before use, with lid or cover
Sunny spot to steep vinegar
Decorative elements if giving as a gift
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Cranberries have moderate levels of vitamin C, dietary fiber and the essential dietary mineral, manganese, as well as a balanced profile of other essential micronutrients.