This Red Clover Blossom Vinegar Recipe uses wild edible clover to create this flavorful vinegar.
This Red Clover Blossom Vinegar Recipe is made using edible food from the wild.
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Learn about this Red Clover Blossom Vinegar Recipe and how you can use this free wild food to create a nutritious, delicious vinegar.
I've heard that vinegar can be made by pouring 1 1/2 gallons of boiling water over one gallon of tightly packed red clover blooms. Let the mixture stand overnight and strain out the blossoms. Add one pound of brown sugar and 1 1/2 pints molasses. Dissolve one cake yeast in 1/2 pint water and add that also. Place the mixture in a stone crock and let it stand in a warm room until it sours. This takes awhile as the sugar must turn to alcohol and the alcohol to acetic acid. One thing that might speed the process is a very large stone crock that exposes more of the solution to the air.
Read more about finding wild edible foods: Foraging for Wild Edible Food.
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