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Where To Buy Sparkling Live Drinking Vinegars ##VERIFIED##

UTOPIA fine vinegar without added sulphites is spontaneously fermented by local cultures in 225 liter cider oak cask for the first 12 months. For the next 5+ months, the original slow Orleans fermentation method in vinegar oak casks gives birth to delicate, complex vinegar suitable for drinking. (Production of conventional vinegars takes only a few days).

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One of my recent fascinations has been with the fruit drinking vinegars that are on the menu at two Portland restaurants: Ping and Pok Pok. These drinks are light, fruity, not too sweet, and, because the vinegar is topped with sparkling water, a little bit fizzy. A perfect taste for a hot summer afternoon or evening and a great companion for spicy, complex foods.

The drinking vinegar will last months in the refrigerator. Drink as is or dilute with water. To create a carbonated drink add sparkling water or club soda. Shrubs are often used to make cocktails, experiment with flavors to create your favorite.

Drinking vinegars, or shrubs, are refreshing beverages made from fermenting a combination of fruit, sugar and vinegar. Last week, in honor of my new SodaStream, I created a pineapple drinking vinegar recipe that is light, energizing and fresh. Shrubs are not a new idea - they were used in colonial America as a way to preserve quick-spoiling fruit. Lacking proper refrigeration, fruit turned quickly. Adding vinegar to the fruit solved the issue of decay and was a means of preservation, as vinegar is high in acid and prevents mold and spoilers from forming.There are no limitations to ingredients that can be combined and preserved safely, so drinking vinegars are a great way to experiment with preservation. I prefer softer and sweeter vinegars - apple cider or champagne work well with many fruits and vegetables.

Drinking vinegars and shrubs are alcohol-free, thus a festive option for anyone who does not drink alcohol. Add a spoonful of drinking vinegar to make juices more complex, or go straight for the sparkling water and make a brightly colored fizzy drink. (Here, I have a lot of other lovely ideas for homemade sodas! And here I have additional recipes for drinking vinegar, including one using beets.)

Adding a splash of any of our vinegars to a glass of sparkling or plain water makes for an instant, flavorful beverage that is thirst-quenching and a healthy alternative to sodas and artificially flavored water. Some of our favorites for this method include our line of Agretti Vinegar in which the fruit and vinegar are already macerated together. Try Plum, Cranberry, or Raspberry to find your favorite flavor.

One of the hottest trends right now is using vinegars in cocktails. An easy way to replicate this at home is with champagne or sparkling wine. As a splash of Peach White Balsamic Vinegar for a homemade Bellini. Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar is another perfect pairing for sparkling wines.

More and more commercial vinegar drinks are popping up on shelves. These drinks, usually a take on the vintage switchel* recipe, are easy to stir up at home. Many of these store bought drinks utilize apple cider vinegar and a natural sweetener. The vinegars at The Olive Tap are sweeter and more palatable than a cider vinegar and can be used alone in the concoction. If it is still a bit sour for you, feel free to add a drop of maple syrup or honey. Fresh squeezed fruit juices are an excellent addition.

Only a small amount of drinking vinegar is used in a beverage, just enough to give flavour and add electrolytes. Drinks made with flavoured drinking vinegar are mostly water, a little herb and a little fruit. Drinking vinegars are also called shrubs, or punch. Shrubs are the fruity cousins to switchels. Make shrubs with fruit, herbs, and vegetables that have been soaked in vinegar and sweetened with sugar. This is a good use of overripe fruit.

Made by Willy Chase of Chase Vodka & Gin, with apples from his 300-year-old orchard. Tiny shot bottles, ready-diluted with juice, and good-value 500ml bottles of live vinegar with mother, which can be used for cooking or drinking.

And so I went out on the internet and found this recipe from A Thought for Food. I had heard of shrubs (also called drinking vinegars) before, but always been scared off by the idea of making a cocktail loaded with vinegar. Even mixed with plenty of booze. 041b061a72


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