Clementine’s (Em’s) Cider of Fire
Quart size jar
Cheese Cloth or Wax Paper
*Horse Radish 1/2 cup shredded
*Garlic 1/4 cup crushed gloves
*Onion 1/2 cup chopped
*Tumeric 1/2 cup shredded
*Ginger 1/2 cup shredded
*Jalapeno 2 med. chopped
*Lemon 2 med. juice & zest
*Honey (once finished)
*Apple Cider Vinegar
*-main ingredients !-because we’re fun
In case you didn’t know, there is a perfect way to get the cold weather out of your bones and a warm comfort into your soul. All this and much more is possible with Fire Cider! Fire cider is a homemade, all natural cold and flu preventative. The combination of health boosting veggies/herbs soaked in vinegar and the warm spices help keep seasonal bugs at bay. The beautiful thing about making your own fire cider is that you don’t have to play by the rules; Add more of your favorite ingredients to make the cider your own. If you ask us gals, the more garlic the merrier! The method of consumption varies. Some prefer to take their fire cider in a nice warm tea, or just as a shot alone, others even use as marinade/dressing for a salad. No matter how you take it your final product will be a concoction that gets rid of sinus congestion, provides antioxidants, supports immunity and digestion, and is down right delicious!
Ready for grating
Chopped & Grated
Chopped ingredients waiting for vinegar
Put all chopped/shredding ingredients into quart sized jar and fill with vinegar. The vinegar should cover all ingredients entirely and then some due to expanding. Place a cheese cloth or wax paper between lid and glass. to ensure the metal lid to the jar does not touch any of the liquid. Besides for the daily shake, put cider in a cool dark area and let it sit for a month. Once a month has passed, shake well, then strain out all ingredients and add as much honey as your taste desires. VOILA, HEALTH IN A JAR!
Threw some clover in last minute!
Shake daily for a month
P.S. Once strained we’re going to attempt to use our leftover veggies and roots in a stir fry…We’ll be sure to let you know how it tastes!