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- Ready In:
- 336hrs 1min
- Pour vinegar over mint. Cover tightly and steep 2-3 weeks.
- Strain into decorative bottle. Press the mint leaves against the strainer to extract all the vinegar.
- A few mint leaves may be added for decorative purposes.
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I made this according to the directions and waited about 2-1/2 weeks before I strained it. My vinegar came out a very weak green color which does not make it pretty to look at in a clear bottle. However the taste and smell are heavenly. I made a Roma tomato with feta salad with it for dinner this evening. I am going to share this with my mother and see what she thinks of it.
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