Aged Cherry Vinegar

Basics | March 27, 2017 | By

Aged Cherry Vinegar
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  1. 2 cups fresh ripe cherries
  2. 1 bottle (17 fl oz.) Balsamic Vinegar
  1. In a large bowl, mash the whole cherries. (You can pulse whole stem-on cherries and vinegar in a food processor.)
  2. Put about the mashed cherries including their stems and pits, in a large jar; cover with balsamic vinegar by several inches.
  3. Cherries have a more subtle flavor than other fruit such as raspberries or strawberries. In order to draw out the woody flavor of the pits, steep (soak) the cracked cherries in the vinegar for several days or longer.
  4. Strain vinegar and pour into a clean, dry bottle.