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Kateejo88

I have a few bottles like that, I fill them with vodka and put in several vanilla beans, then stick them in a dark cupboard and try to remember to shake them periodically. Always have fresh vanilla extract on hand or for a quick gift if I need!


babygotbrains

How many vanilla beans would you say per amount of vodka?


Kateejo88

I typically use 4-5 vanilla pods per cup (8oz.) of vodka. I will split them lengthwise to expose the beans inside, and let them sit for anywhere from 3 months and up. I usually start using the vanilla around 3 months, but the longer you let it sit, the better it will be! And I don't ever bother to strain the beans out of mine, it's just extra flavor in whatever r you are making!


Momchal

YOURE KIDIDNG NE... thank you thank you thank you. I've been getting into baking again recently and I've been pondering on a better quality vanilla extract than I currently have. 🙃 yaaay totally looking into this


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Momchal

Oh I got some good vodka lol my bf brought a case home from work. Locally made and it's 🤌


canijustbelancelot

I am JEALOUS. Love homemade vanilla extract. Local vodka? I would plotz.


ironkb57

You can also use oranges. Have a recipe. My gf made and it was just awesome! https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/orangecello-recipe-1922221 You can basically use anything for it. We tried it with lemons and berries. You can even use skittles and is gonna taste awesome. Here in Russia there's this things called nastoiki. It's basically just vodka + anything. I've tried with celery and black pepper, kinda weird but tasty


OriginalMisphit

I’ve made a few flavored vodkas, and it’s super easy. Nastoiki? Years ago I got to try some that a friend brought back from a visit to Russia, his grandmother made it. Tasted like carrots, ginger, pepper….amazing. I’ve never forgotten it.


PortalGunFun

something to note is that it probably will take 4-6 months to steep to a decent strength


Fitchtommy

Came here to say this..


Momchal

Thank you!


BraveRutherford

Nothing that ferments. The corners are not built to hold up to the pressure that fermentation creates. You could buy a spout that bartenders use for liquor and use these for olive oil/vinegar.


UserRedirected

I think they would look good at a table for a vinegar, salad dressing, or oils. Or dry things to store


Significant_Ad5863

Perfect for plant propagations to put on a window sill or shelf :)


Pr0t4g0n15t

We have bottles like that at our house and we use them for simple syrups. Just boil a 1:1 ratio of sugar to water, you can add all different kinds of juices, spices, even coffee, to get the flavors you want.


Momchal

Hmmm interesting 🤔 😊


thearabiannightmare

Those are also good for infusing some olive oil with spices. I like to use garlic and rosemary


Momchal

Oooo ty ty


buttsbutnotbuts

Infuse with care: https://news.okstate.edu/articles/agriculture/2020/gedon_home-infused-oils.html


bsievers

I use those for cocktail syrups: grenadine, cinnamon, banana, simple, etc.


Cwcooper57

My son has some jars like that. We filled them with water and food coloring to make potion bottles for D&D night.


1_ofa_kind

Rosemary olive oil or hot sauce


Turbulent-Midnight96

Make vanilla and gift it. Order some Madagascar vanilla bean pods. Snip one end, score the one side then place in bottle. Fill with the vodka of your choice then place in a dark cabinet. It will be ready by December.


Momchal

I don't even know what their called, but there should be something cooking related I can use these for.


jhan027

chili oil!


DznyMa

Homemade Bailey's Irish Cream. Use the recipe from Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. So easy & yummy,


Beans-Monthly

Mamajuana if you can get the ingredients


DJKneeCap

A smoothie


ahsim1906

Infused oil? Or any sort of mixed dressing.


Punque70

Simple syrup, and vanilla!


Jaime2k

Put an action figure in it


Momchal

🤔🤔🤔🤭


LiveStrategy2206

Measure out enough olive oil to fill both jars. In an oven pan put olive oil and many capsicums chopped up (bell peppers) or banana peppers. Cover and put in a slow oven till peppers are completely soft and have some colour. Strain oil (cooled) into bottles -refrigerate. You now have flavourful oil to cook with (great in stews) or as a drizzle over roasts Also can be used in salad dressing. - can be used to dip fresh bread into as a snack….with feta cheese etc… - the peppers can be eaten “as is” on crusty bread hot or cold, they can be added to stews etc or thrown onto pizza , chopped up from the fridge and tossed into salads - on and on. -


SidAndFinancy

https://www.thekitchn.com/i-tried-the-homemade-pumpkin-spice-syrup-from-tiktok-23233847 This was fantastic. Everyone I gave it to loved it.


AFucking12gauge

You could always just use them for water bottles, that’s what I do. No PFC’s and all that nasty stuff in plastic and they look cool!


Momchal

That is a good idea, but unfortunately these are not large enough for my thirst, the photo is deceiving


AFucking12gauge

Understood, then garlic rosemary olive oil


SpecialistFact

This post screams kombucha


Maleficent-Outcome72

I agree!


MunchAClock

Make some syrups and store them in the jars, you can put the syrups on just about anything


ruthless_pitchfork

Flavored syrups!


abdicatorselbow

Potions


BigMacRedneck

oil & vinegar


NotMyHersheyBar

flavored oil, simple syrup


udumslut

Garlic chili oil!


kaidomac

Money Sauce for Chicken: (I just use regular mayo) * [https://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/peruvian-roasted-chicken-green-sauce-low-carb/](https://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/peruvian-roasted-chicken-green-sauce-low-carb/)


dumplingcheeks

Baby glass bottles


Reasonable-Pepper-17

Mrs. Salt and Mr. Pepper clearly


Pokejelke

Meth.


Interesting_Smoke_15

Pancake mix - it’ll look so fancy


ilikebeingdepressed

i think they are made for oil and vinegar.


ayejoe

Pepper vinegar


zxcghui2

you can make some homemade hot sauce


Right-Hawk-2071

Oil.


pumpkinpenne

Infused oils


Hoosierdaddy1964

Lemoncello


Single-Possession637

Steampunk batman?


Slinkmonk

you should draw eyes on them and give them legs and make little jar people