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Get Ready for Christmas and the Daniel Fast!

One of the ways you can prepare for the Januay 2008 Daniel Fast is to Vinegarstart getting the food you will consume ready. One food item you can prepare is flavored vinegars! But why not “kill two birds with one stone” and make extra vinegar to give as Christmas gifts. Here is a great recipe for Rosemary Vinegar that’s easy and reasonably inexpensive to make!

For best results, use organic apple cider vinegar, aged in wood barrels, unpasteurized and naturally filtered.

INGREDIENTS:

2-3 sprigs of fresh rosemary

Full bottle of organic, apple cider vinegar

PREPARATION:

Place rosemary sprig inside vinegar bottle until submerged. Shake.

Place bottle in cool, dark place (refrigerate is okay but not required) for about 2 to 3 weeks.

Filter vinegar and rebottle in decorative bottle if you have one or plain glass bottle or jar. This would be a great gift to add to a basket or pair with a condement set.

You’ll end up with a lovely, rosemary-flavored apple cider vinegar that smells absolutely divine and lasts for many weeks.

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  1. Daniel Fast Team #

    Hi Teresa,
    Yes, popcorn is permitted on the fast. Make sure it is Daniel Fast friendly by using a quality oil to pop it in, or better yet, invest in a air popper. Also, beware of what goes on top! You can make your own salad dressings and there are many recipes in the Daniel Fast Cookbooks http://www.daniel-f ast.com My favorite prepared dressing that fits the Daniel Fast is Newman’s Own Oil and Vinegar Salad Dressing.

    January 18, 2011

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