Pineapple vinegar is made primarily from the leftover peel and core so it is both a delicious and ridiculously thrifty fermented food. Packed chock full of probiotics, we drink it like a shrub or use it in salads, sauces and cocktails.
If you are interested in making fruit wines at home, or brewing up a small batch of something, then a mini primary fermenter may be a great thing to invest in. They are so easy to make and you can use any food grade plastic container.
Calling all gardeners: Do you typically end up with one last big harvest of green tomatoes before the first freeze? Sure, there are a lot of things you can do with these babies, but for a unique twist, I suggest making green tomato wine. Here's how.
Our little apple tree has produced several bushels of organic apples (no spraying here!) and this year, while processing these golden green rbs into apple sauce, I realized that the peel/core palooza could be made into apple cider vinegar.