PHOTO: Appetite by Random House; Wood-Fermented Hot Sauce, far left (recipe follows), and more preserves made with chili peppers from Batch by Joel MacCharles and Dana Harrison.
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on May 31, 2016; National Post
Preserving food can be as effortless as air-drying mushrooms or drowning chili peppers in vodka for a wicked-hot infusion. Or popping fruits or vegetables into a vinegar-based brine and storing in the fridge for a quick pickle.
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