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Lavender Infused Vinegar
Lavender infused vinegar is a versatile and natural solution for both cooking and cleaning purposes. With its delightful fragrance and powerful properties, it has become increasingly popular among those seeking eco-friendly alternatives.
When it comes to cooking, lavender infused vinegar adds a unique flavor profile to various dishes. It can be used as a marinade for meats, a dressing for salads, or even as an ingredient in homemade sauces. The floral notes of lavender complement both sweet and savory recipes, creating a delightful culinary experience.
In addition to its culinary uses, lavender infused vinegar is also an excellent cleaning agent. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties make it effective in removing dirt, grime, and odors from surfaces around the house. Whether you’re tackling kitchen countertops or bathroom tiles, this natural solution will leave your home sparkling clean without the use of harsh chemicals.
Not only does lavender infused vinegar offer practical benefits in the kitchen and during cleaning routines, but it also provides a soothing aroma that promotes relaxation and tranquility. Its calming scent can help create a serene atmosphere while you cook or clean, enhancing your overall experience.
Incorporating lavender infused vinegar into your cooking and cleaning routines offers numerous advantages. From adding flavor to your favorite recipes to providing an eco-friendly alternative for household chores, this versatile product is sure to become a staple in your home. Embrace the power of nature with lavender infused vinegar – it’s time to elevate your culinary creations and transform your cleaning rituals.
Popular Types of Vinegar to Make Lavender Infused Vinegar:
- White Vinegar – Cleaning (see blog post about cleaning with lavender)
- Balsalmic Vinegar – Cooking/Basting/Drizzle
- Champagne Vinegar – Vinaigrette/Marinades
- Apple Cider Vinegar – Vinegar “Shots”/Health and Beauty
Color of Lavender Infused Vinegar.
The color is naturally magenta. The acid in vinegar extracts the colors in lavender to produce the magenta color.
- Remove 2 cups of vinegar from gallon of vinegar to make room for buds.
- Using funnel, add lavender buds to gallon of vinegar.
- Shake well and store for 1-3 weeks.
- After 1-3 weeks, strain your lavender vinegar through a fine mesh sieve.
- Clean out the plastic jug and place your strained lavender infused vinegar back into your jug.
- Store in a dry, cool place and use in 6-12 months.
Plastic gallon jugs are best to infuse vinegar. Do not use mason jars to infuse or store your lavender vinegar! The acid in vinegar will turn your lids and rings to rust!
Buy the Cookbook or Grow Your Own Culinary Lavender & Herbs!
All lavender and herb plants come with extensive growing and care instructions + recipes. These herbs may be grown inside during the winter and then planted outside during the summer.