Making Mother Of Vinegar

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Posted by kat | Posted in Cooking, Emergancy Prep/ Food Storage, Hobbies | Posted on 14-02-2013

So today I decided to learn something new, I am going to try my hand at making vinegar.   It’s actually pretty simple and I while I have been meaning to try it, I just hadn’t gotten around to it.   First off, I goggled how to make vinegar and found out that first I have to make mother of vinegar.  For most of those who might not know me, I don’t drink so I have to make my vinegar from juice instead of wine.   So first off from what I read, you take a splash of vinegar and add it to your juice (in my case) or wine.  The juice has to be fresh as most store bought juice has been processed in such a manner that it won’t ferment right.  The wine can be corked ( I learned what this meant today) or freshly opened, you then add either a splash of red wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar or what ever type you have on hand, you add this to the wine and or juice and let sit for 2 months, in a dark and warm location.  After the end of the two months, you check it for flotsam and jetsam, this is your mother of vinegar and you feed this for a while and do a few other steps to make vinegar.   Since I am not to this stage yet, I will write about it later.

The following are links on how to make mother of vinegar.

http://blog.makezine.com/craft/in_the_kitchen_with_jarod_make/

http://www.ehow.com/how_5752385_make-mother-vinegar.html

http://down—to—earth.blogspot.com/2007/12/good-mother-making-vinegar.html

http://www.countrysidemag.com/issues/83/83-4/Countryside_Staff.html

 

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