Wild Garlic Vinegar

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Vinegar can be made from literally hundreds of different plants. A never-ending plethora of culinary delights to tickle and tease your senses. So play away. Indulge. Create wonderment from the simple things in life, and it doesn’t get much easier than this wild garlic vinegar recipe.


  • 100g wild garlic leaves (chopped)
  • 500ml cider vinegar

Suggested Instructions

  1. Wash the wild garlic thoroughly, then spin dry either in a tea towel or salad spinner.
  2. Chop the wild garlic leaves, put them into a screw top jar and then add the cider vinegar. Cap and shake the jar once a day for 6 weeks. Strain and bottle.

This Wild Garlic Vinegar Recipe Makes: 500ml


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