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Raspberry Shrub

Raspberry Shrub

AUTHOR NOTES

A shrub is a simple fermented drink, made with slightly off berries doused in vinegar and sugar—sometimes called drinking vinegar. That’s not a good advertise­ment, but it deserves saying it up front because this tangy beverage may take some adjusting to. Once you get used to it, wow, it is refreshing. Think of a shrub as a cheater’s kombucha—faster and simpler to make. It is the perfect 3 p.m. almost sweet fizzy drink to perk me up when I’m pushing through to the end of the workday.

INGREDIENTS

2 cups (240 g) fresh raspberries

1 cup (200 g) unbleached sugar

Peel of 1 lemon

¼ cup (3 g) fresh mint leaves

1 cup (240 ml) apple cider vinegar

Sparkling water or seltzer, for serving

 

DIRECTIONS

Makes 10 servings (about 2 cups)

 

Combine the raspberries, sugar, lemon peel, and mint in a jar and muddle a bit, pressing out some of the juice. Cover tightly and refrigerate for 1 day.

Remove from the refrigerator, muddle slightly with a wooden spoon or potato masher, and add the vine­gar. Stir to dissolve any remaining sugar. Some people strain it at this point, but I don’t (I love the bits of raspberry). Keep in the refrigerator for 3 to 6 days.

To serve, shake the shrub, spoon about 2 tablespoons into a glass, and top with sparkling water or seltzer (about ½ cup/120 ml, give or take). Serve cold.

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Reprinted from Everyday is Saturday by Sarah Copeland with permission by Chronicle Books, 2019

Photography copyright: Gentl + Hyers © 2019 

Sarah Copeland is an award-nominated cookbook author and former food director of Real Simple. She lives in upstate New York and Hungary.

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