Cranberry Vinegar

Cranberry Vinegar
Cranberry Vinegar

Here I want to give you my solution for all the cranberries that are left over from your Thanksgiving cooking. Cranberries are very tart and make for great vinegar to put on salads, make chutneys with or drink! Here is great vinegar that you can make at home and will stay in your fridge for a month. Enjoy!

Cranberry Vinegar

Serves 2


1 4-ounce bag fresh cranberries
2 cups rice wine vinegar, unseasoned

  1. Take two Tupperware containers that are stackable. Take the top one and cut holes in the bottom.
  2. Place vinegar and cranberries in container without holes. Place container with holes on top and then place a casserole dish or something heavy to weight down the cranberries so they do not float.
  3. Keep at room temperature for 24 hours.
  4. Purée and then place in fridge for an additional 24 hours.
  5. Strain through a cheesecloth or fine mesh and then store in an empty vinegar or salad dressing bottle.
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