Issac Newton and home remedys move over. One taste and you will never think of apples in quite the same way!
Made from organic ingredients, allowed to grow untended on the Lindera property, they are small-batch fermented first into wine and then into vinegar.
Others can try to duplicate the basic chemistry. Exotic vinegars are usually produced at home or in restaurants following pretty simple recipes.
What makes the Lindera Farms Vinegars unique is the complex flavors that are a result of Dan Liberson’s artistry.
One taste and you will never think about apples in quite the same way!
- Details & Stories
|Package Size||6.8 oz.|
|Storage Hints||Store at room temperature|
|Other Information||Small batch, chemical free, all natural, made from foraged materials.|
Stories to Savor
Artists provide with us unique ways to experience the world. It might be the perspective in a painting or the sound from a musical instrument. Somehow, they capture the essence of their subject. The vinegars of Lindera Farms have a similar power.
Vinegar is a pretty simple process: Sugar is fermented into alcohol (wine), and the alcohol is fermented into acetic acid (vinegar). Occasionally, the vinegar is infused with an added flavor.
Dan Liberson wanted to make vinegars with unique subtle flavors without short cuts like infusing. That was the only way for his vinegars to capture the essence of the original ingredient. He made wines from a seemingly endless list of fruits and vegetables. Honey too. He then fermented each into these extraordinary vinegars.
These vinegars will change forever how you experience those ingredients and any recipe that uses vinegar. Lindera Farms practices “non interventionist” farming - basically organized foraging. No chemicals, no weeding, nothing but planting the seed and watching it grow. Dan thinks of this as Darwinian farming, because the plants that survive are stronger and make for better vinegar.
It is hard to argue with the results.
|METHOD||COST (PER ORDER)||EXPECTED ARRIVAL|
|Standard||USPS Ground||4-7 Business days|