This vinegar triple packs the power of a whole summer season into one bottle. You can use it like medicine (1 tsp in a glass of water) or even better use it daily in your salad dressings.
It also makes a fantastic gift.
|SF||½ cup||blackberries (fresh, frozen or dried)|
|SF||½ cup||elderberries (fresh, frozen or dried)|
|SF||½ cup||rosehips (fresh or dried)|
|SF||½ – 1 cup||raw apple cider vinegar|
Clean all berries if using fresh and de-seed the rosehips. Add all berries into a wide mouthed jar and cover with the cider vinegar. Cover the bowl with a clean tea towel so that air but no insects can get in and leave 2 weeks at room temperature. Strain out the fruit and fill the vinegar into a bottle.
It will keep 6-12 months until you can make a new berry vinegar.
If you can’t get all berries, replace with other fruit or berry. This would result in a different taste and different nutrients but still give you all the benefits.