Back to the vinegar making process! I filled you in on the first steps of homemade apple scrap vinegar in this post. Here is how it turned out!
|This is what the mixture looked like the day I strained the apple scraps out. This is pre-stirring and approximately 3 weeks after I started the process.|
|And here it is after a good stir. Nice and bubbly and very fragrant!|
|I put the scraps in a cloth produce bag and tied it to the cupboard door to let all the liquid strain out.|
|Here is my lovely apple scrap liquid (not quite vinegar yet!)|
|Next I added a couple glugs (technical term) of raw apple cider vinegar to the liquid and gave it a stir then covered it with a clean tea towel and set is aside in a warm corner of the kitchen.|
|A couple weeks later this beautiful mother of vinegar had grown over the surface of the liquid! Now it is vinegar!|
|I bottled it up and added a piece of the MOV to each glass jar. The smaller jars were perfect for gifting!|