Gourmet Vinegars: Nasturtium

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English: The flower of the nasturtium plant, T...

English: The flower of the nasturtium plant, Tropaeolum (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

One way to preserve the bounty of summer is in the form of gourmet vinegars. Nasturtium vinegar is one of our favourites.

One small bowl nasturtiums
One bottle white wine vinegar


Gather fresh, vibrant nasturtiums and rinse well, removing any insects.
Place nasturtiums in clean quart jar and add the wine vinegar. Keep the vinegar bottle for later use.
Let the nasturtiums sit in the vinegar for a few days until it becomes bright red.

Strain well and pour back into the vinegar bottle.

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