This spin-off from the original fire cider recipe is rich in flavor thanks to the many herbs, spices, and pungent apple cider vinegar. It’s a great addition to your winter cooking line up and can be used to make dressings, teas, mocktails, and marinades, or can be enjoyed straight for a quick immune boost or digestive aid.
Combine all the ingredients in a clean 32 oz Mason jar.
Fill to the neck with raw apple cider vinegar.
Place a small piece of wax paper underneath the lid. Fit the lid on the Mason jar tightly.
Put the jar in a cabinet and allow the vinegar to infuse for 30 days. Every day, invert the jar a couple times to make sure everything is well-mixed.
After 30 days, strain the liquid away from the solids. Thank the plants for contributing their goodness and either compost or discard the solids.
Add the honey and mix until dissolved. Store the completed fire cider in a bottle in the refrigerator.