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Violet Vinegar

Yield 1 quart


  • 4 cups fresh wild violet blossoms
  • 1 quart vinegar

How to Make It

  1. Wash violets; let dry, and place in a sterilized jar.

  2. Wash violets; let dry, and place in a sterilized jar.

  3. Place vinegar in a medium size saucepan; bring to a boil. Pour over violets in jar. Cover with a metal lid, and screw band tight. Let stand 5 days in a warm place; shake jar daily.

  4. Strain vinegar through 4 layers of cheesecloth into a decorative bottle, discarding violets. Seal with a cork or other airtight lid. Use in salad dressings.

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