>> 2 cups chopped goldenrod leaves, flowers and (cleaned) roots
>> 4 cups organic apple cider vinegar
>> 1 1-quart mason jar (sterilized)
Place all goldenrod parts in the mason jar. (Be sure all parts are free of moisture). Pour vinegar into the jar and be sure to mix well to ensure no air bubbles are trapped.
Place lid on, but be sure to have a piece of wax or parchment paper to protect the vinegar from the lid. Not only can the vinegar erode metal lids but older lids contain BPA.
Label your vinegar with the date and contents.
Let the mixture sit in a cool dark location for anywhere from six to eight weeks. Shake mixture every second day or so. After 6 to 8 weeks, strain the contents and squeeze extra vinegar out of the plant matter and return vinegar to the jar.
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