Yield: Yields 2 jars or bottles of about 8 oz.
This fruity, sweet-tart vinegar uses dried sour cherries, so it’s just as easy to make in December as in July, and there’s no need to pull out the cherry pitter. Package it in a tall, clear, skinny bottle to show off its garnet hue. Include a gift card with a suggestion to make a vinaigrette by whisking this aromatic vinegar with a nut oil, such as hazelnut or walnut.
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