Le vinaigrier


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  1. Kim Adams says:

    Thank you for the mention! I love your crock. Oh, how I wish I had one of those. Good luck with your dregs. I’m sure you’ll end up with some excellent vinegar!1

  2. Caroline says:

    I think you can order them online but I have no idea how much it would cost to ship. I was fortunate enough to pick up mine for about €35, and I was lucky that it fitted in the car – the boys were determined to pack in as much wine as possible! Do you get any problems with fruit flies hanging around your vinegar-making? There are a lot of them about here at the moment.

  3. Kim Adams says:

    Not a big problem on the fruit flies but we do have them in the house. It’s more of a problem of having them in our wine glass or hanging around the counter top compost bucket. You could take a jar and put Saran Wrap in top. Poke some small holes in the Saran. Add water to the jar with some honey or sugar. That should trap a lot of them.Cheers,Kim

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