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Blueberry Vinegar

Russ Myers


Blueberries are antioxidant packed health powerhouses. Blueberry vinegar is one means of getting them into your diet and this vinegar is an excellent addition to marinades and in salad dressings such as French dressing.

Suggested Uses:
Add to blueberry filling for a pie or cobbler
Reduce and use as a blueberry syrup for pancakes and waffles
Drizzle over fresh berries and serve with a dollop of whipped cream
Create a sweet and spicy vinaigrette or marinade by combining with Red Cayenne Chili or Chipotle EVOO
Drizzle over a wedge of blue cheese or feta and serve with crackers


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2 Cups
15 Min
Stove Top


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1 1/2 c
ripe blueberries
2 c
white balsamic, rice, or white wine vinegar
2 Tbsp

How to Make Blueberry Vinegar


  • 1Place the berries in the pan. Lightly crush them with a potato masher. Add the vinegar and the sugar and bring to a boil.
  • 2Lower heat to a vigorous simmer and cook 3 minutes. Allow to cool a few minutes and transfer to a clean bottle or jar with a non-reactive lid.
  • 3Let stand at least 4 hours, or when cool, put in the refrigerator and store overnight. Strain the vinegar from the berries through a cheesecloth lined stainless-steel strainer into a clean bottle. Store somewhere dark and cool.

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About Blueberry Vinegar

Course/Dish: Gravies, Fruit Sauces
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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