Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Who said vitamins had to taste bad? Preserving the high vitamin c content in rose hips using raw apple cider vinegar is easy and delicious.
Two refreshing ways to put up some nummy fig vinegars! Turkish, kadota, black mission...you choose the variety and which recipe to use!
Rosehip Vinegar, a super easy recipe for fall
Having preserved herbs on hand is probably my favorite trick for everything I make. Most herbs have one particular method of preserving which suits them best, either drying, preserving in oil, freezing in oil, or preserving in apple cider vinegar.
Chive vinegar is as pretty as a picture and tastes wonderful on a simple green salad
Use your strawberry scraps to make this easy and awesome strawberry vinegar! This is the perfect project for your strawberry leftovers from a session of strawberry jam.
Lots of great ideas for using cherries and pits, so you can enjoy them throughout the year!
Whip up a batch of blueberry vinegar -- delightful in a vinaigrette, even better in a refreshing shrub or cocktail.
Fresh Raspberry Vinegar is infused with real raspberry puree, and makes a thick, incredibly fresh tasting condiment that can be used for salads, marinades, or drizzling on meat, fish and chicken.
This painstakingly (but satisfyingly) hand-whisked mayonnaise can be made for quick use or lacto-fermented for longer storage. Plus, toss some blossoms in vinegar to give it extra kick.