Making & Using Red Wine Vinegar By Paula Wolfert (From Food and Wine Magazine October 2006) 1. Buy a 1-gallon ceramic crock with a top-quality wood or plastic spigot (we
Now Is The Time For Homemade Vinegar!
Homemade vinegar has a flavor you won’t believe. You use wine (red or white) or hard cider, a mother or starter which can be gotten from most beer or wine brewing shops.