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Have you made Vinegar?

EGGTASTICEGGTASTIC Posts: 32
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I live on a farm and we operate a farm market as well as wholesaling produce. Part of the fall season we press our own apple cider. No pasteurization. Pure apples shredded and pressed right into jugs. The more I BGE, the more I find myself using Apple Cider Vinegar. I just did a search and it looks EASY to make. Has anyone made vinegar from Apple Cider? Is there anything I need to know? I figure 5 gallons should hold me until next cider season.
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,365
    This will be interesting to watch this post.
    Good luck.
    Molly
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  • Have left wine out too long...
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  • Haven't made vinegar "from scratch" but one of the best tricks I learned was to bring to a boil 1 part vinegar and 1 part related liquid... such as cider vinegar and apple cider/juice, wine vinegar and wine (red or white)

    The cider mixture is in a sweet/sour range similar to that of balsamic vinegar and makes the best salad dressing.
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  • reelgemreelgem Posts: 4,256
    What are you doing on the forum when you're at the Plano eggfest Kari? How come you're not whopping it up at the after party???? This isn't the DOW I know.
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  • Where is your market?
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