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Infused Dandelion Vinegar Recipe

Rhoot Dandelion Infused Vinegar

Make this Infused Dandelion Vinegar Recipe for a Wonderful Nutritive Tonic and Powerful Immune Boost with Minimal Effort

Most people in the natural health community know that dandelion is gold…. For the bees and potentially our health!

So many people have caught on to the benefits of this once “pesky” weed that the dandelion greens are even sold for salads and pesto making in chain grocery stores.

While we should leave some for our pollinating friends, snagging a few to make this infused vinegar might have your liver and digestive system saying thank you.

Important Note:  We are not medical professionals; this is not meant to be used or taken as medical advice. Below we’ve provided a recipe that we’ve used in the past… But you must consult a professional and do thorough research before using it or making it yourself. While we enjoy opening people up to herbs and doing our best to provide valuable information, our instructions and information may be subject to errorNever consume a plant if you aren’t 100% certain of what it is. While dandelions are relatively simple to ID, some other early spring look-alikes, such as coltsfoot, are unsafe to eat. Always consult with a trusted expert before using wild-picked herbs.

You can use store-bought dandelion leaves and roots to make infused vinegar. If you’re inexperienced with plant identification, this is the safest way.

Ingredients You’ll Need 

  • Dandelion (leaf, blossom, and root can all be used)
  • The vinegar of your choice (ACV and white wine vinegar are good options)
  • A mason jar with a lid
  • Cheesecloth (or other material to use as a filter)

How to Make Dandelion-Infused Vinegar 

  • Add the dandelion material to the jar, filling ¾ of the way
  • Add enough vinegar to fill the jar to the top
  • Secure the lid and let it sit for 2-6 weeks in a dark cupboard
  • Pour the mixture through the cheesecloth, straining out the plant material
  • Squeeze the cheesecloth to get out any remaining vinegar from the plant matter
  • Bottle the vinegar in an amber glass (or another light filtering) bottle

*Always consult with a trusted healthcare professional before trying any new remedy to determine whether or not it is safe/appropriate for you to do so*

If you liked this recipe, check out this Dandelion Infused Oil Recipe!

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