June 3, 2015

Dandelion Vinegar

On the Menu Today~
Dandelion Vinegar~

Dandelion Vinegar

  • 1 quart dandelion blossoms
  • 2 cups or more organic apple cider vinegar, (use a good quality vinegar)
Cooking Directions
  1. Pack one quart mason jar with dandelion blossom heads.
  2. Pour in enough vinegar to cover blossoms.
  3. Cover and store in a cool, dark cupboard for four weeks.
  4. Using a cheesecloth-lined colander, strain the vinegar of all solids.
  5. Transfer to a clean, sterilized jar.
  6. Store in a cool, dark, cupboard for up to one year.

Willow Picking Dandelions~

 Vinegar, Dandelion
Until Next Time~
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  1. Interesting. I know you can eat dandelion greens, and they are quite good, but I'm very interested to find out what you make with this vinegar (and how it tastes). I love that these "weeds" are actually good food :)

    1. Hi Joy Bee, Take a teaspoon or two of dandelion vinegar before meals to aid in digestion. It will increase the production of hydrochloric acid which helps with the assimilation of nutrients. Dandelion vinegar will add a zing to vinaigrette, soups, stews, sauces, stir fries and makes a great marinade for meat. Thanks for stopping by~ Lynn

  2. Hi Lynn, this is very interesting. Something new to me, Thank for sharing the great info od dandelion vinegar.

    Have a great week ahead,regards.

    1. Hi Amelia~
      Hope all is well with you~
      Dandelion vinegar can add in digestion and
      is very similar to Apple Cider vinegar in it's
      health benefits.
      Thanks for stopping by,


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