Food, Preserving

Rose infused vinegar

July 8, 2014

You probably saw that I’m currently on holiday on instagram. I’m having the time of my life so far: eating well, exploring nature and learning new things (I’m currently into wild herbs and flowers and what you can do with them). This brings me to today’s post. I never forget you – even if I’m on holiday. Don’t worry. How could I?! I love to take you along! But before I show you pictures of where I’ve been and what I’ve done, I love to share a very easy recipe for rose infused vinegar with you.


All you need is:
– 2 handfuls of rose pedals
– 1 litre white wine vinegar

Put the rose pedals in bottles and top it off with vinegar.


Let it infuse for 2 weeks somewhere bright and shiny and sieve it into sealable bottles.


The rose pedals come from my moms garden and some of the tiny flowers looked like hearts. Aren’t they the cutest?



I already made a salad with this vineagar and it’s really good. The rose flavor is not overpowering but gives a nice depth and slight sophisticated flavor to the salad.


Now after the strawberry vinegar this is my second endeavor in making vinegar and I love it! It’s so easy and quick and makes every salad (and in the hot months I eat lots of those) a special twist.


Try it yourself! It also makes a perfect gift for every foodie.

Now. Carry on!

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  • Reply rebeccassunday July 8, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    Amazing! I’m sure it tasted delicious but also looks beautiful. I must give it a go!

    • Reply Sarah July 9, 2014 at 9:27 am

      Please do. You will not be disappointed. It’s so easy and good.

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