Red wine vinegar

Red wine vinegar

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Rohan Anderson & Kate Berry

Ever have a half-glass of left-over wine sitting on the table in the morning? That doesn’t need to go to waste. It’s perfectly good for making vinegar and it’s very easy. A friend of mine gave me some of his home-made red wine vinegar in a bottle, and in it sat a small amount of the vinegar starter culture, which he told me would make me vinegar.

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Method

  1. The instructions are simple: store the vinegar in a large glass bottle and add left-over red wine whenever it appeared. This will feed the starter and turn the wine into vinegar. When I need some vinegar I simply decant it from the large glass bottle into a smaller bottle, and use it as an excuse to open a bottle of wine. The starter must be fed!
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