Italian Herb Kombucha Vinegar

We have a secret that makes our tomato sauce extra. Italian Herb Kombucha Vinegar adds a robust flavor to your marinara that you won't soon forget. A few tablespoons of this fermented vinegar in your sauce pan or over your caprese salad and you can instantly boost the flavor and nutritional value. We think our Noni would be proud of this addition to her meatballs and sauce recipe. 

burrata caprese salad with italian herb kombucha vinegar

Burrata Caprese Salad with micro greens, avacado, Italian Herb Kombucha

Vinegar and extra virgin olive oil

Italian Herb Kombucha Vinegar

10 basil leaves

4 sage leaves

4 sprigs of parsley

2 sprigs of oregano, remove stems and just use leaves

1 sprig of rosemary

2 cloves of garlic, crushed with the side of a knife

1/2 tsp chili flakes

Optional: if you like fennel, add a few pieces of fennel fronds

3 cups of overbrewed kombucha

Quart sized mason jar

Pour kombucha over all ingredients.  Seal with a tight lid and store in a dark cabinet for a minimum of 6 weeks, up to 6 months. The longer you let the vinegar infuse, the more flavor packed it will be! Once happy with the flavor, strain herbs and pour vinegar into a bottle or return to mason jar.

Kombucha is a raw vinegar similar to apple cider vinegar. Use for dressings, marinades, soups, and sauces. Does not need to be refrigerated.  

You can make your own kombucha vinegar using our home brew kombucha kits

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