Vinegars

You can use this vinegar diluted as a summer drink, or undiluted as a flavouring in puddings... It also makes a great addition to some vanilla ice cream.
This is made in the same way as garlic vinegar, but produces a rather different result.  I use this vinegar with a little olive oil for dipping bread.
This is so easy to make and a great way to both preserve your garlic, and make a vinegar that is great for both cooking and for salad dressings.
A great fiery vinegar for use in cooking.
Whilst this is usually referred to as a sauce, it is actually a flavoured vinegar. It is best made when you get a glut of mint in midsummer, ready to make mint sauce all year round.
You can use this vinegar diluted as a summer drink, or undiluted as a flavouring in puddings... It also makes a great addition to some vanilla ice cream.
This rose petal vinegar is best made from highly scented rose petals. Wild roses or old fashioned varieties are ideal. It is perfect served with a very light salad, and adds a great summer floral flavour.
This shallot vinegar adds an interesting twist to salad dressings, and combined with olive oil is great for dipping bread.
This tarragon vinegar is perfect as a salad dressing or used in marinades. I particularly like this when flavouring a salad that is to be served with smoked salmon.

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