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Onion Blossom Vinegar

It is the time of year where your vegetable plants start to flower and go to seed. Did you know most of those flowers are edible? (If you aren't sure always do your research before eating anything!)


Currently, in my garden, these beautiful bunching onion flowers are forming.


I decided to pick them and make onion flower vinegar, here's how you do it.


1. Fill up a quart mason jar about halfway with flowers.

2. Fill the rest of the jar up with white vinegar. You can use other types of vinegar as well, I just really wanted the onion flavor to be strong.

3. Let it sit for a week or 2, then strain out the flowers, and enjoy.


I use it in salad dressings, in marinades for meats and veggies, and for pickling. The opportunities are endless!


Happy Gardening!


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