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Add a little fire to your cider, and warm up like a pro.

If you’re not making your own vinegar, what are you even doing? Never buy brand-name again, with New York City jack-of-all-foods Harry Rosenblum’s latest book. This pantry staple has never been hotter, whether you’re incorporating it into cuisine or brewing a batch to drink (to your health!), Vinegar Revival is an essential book for you. This fiery cider is a fall treat you’ll make over and over. 

This tonic is a traditional New England cure-all for lots of ailments, including aches and pains, colds, flu, congestion, and heartburn. Slug it first thing on those cold dark mornings in winter — its spicy punch will clear your nasal passages and wake you right up. You can also use it as a condiment like you would a hot sauce, or in sweet or savory cocktails. If you really like this stuff, this recipe scales well, and you can make it by the gallon.

Reprinted with permission from Vinegar Revival