Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Thyme Vinegar

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Thyme Vinegar

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This wholesome Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Thyme Vinegar goes well in vinaigrettes. Mix with walnut oil and a dash of salt and pepper, toss with baby spinach, cucumbers and goat cheese for an instant salad. Or you can use as a marinade for beef tenderloin to make the beef tender and juicy. The conventional method of infusing vinegar will require you to leave thyme in the jar of vinegar for at least ten days. Infusing vinegar in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser is an instant method that enables you to create delicious vinegar without waiting. Thyme is an abundant herb that is valued for its delicate flavor. Luckily they came in many varieties so you can use the one that is your favorite, or is easily accessible to you. The recipe makes a great homemade gift for family and friends. It also makes a great decorative bottle for your kitchen counter.

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Quick Info


Cook time



10 Minutes


4-6 Servings


⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Ingredients

  • White Balsamic Vinegar – 2 cups
  • Thyme – 35 grams or 1.25 ounces

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Steps

  1. Wash, dry, and roughly chop the thyme.
  2. Pour the white Balsamic vinegar and thyme in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
  3. Attach the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.
  4. Shake vigorously six times to infuse the nitrous into the recipe and let the dispenser rest for 15 minutes.
  5. Press the lever to vent the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
  6. Unscrew the dispenser head from the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and remove both the sieve and its seal.
  7. Pour into a glass bottle through a sieve and funnel.
  8. Label the bottle with the name and date of the infused vinegar.

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Extra Information

How to choose the best vinegar for herb infusion?

You can use any vinegar to infuse thyme. However, you should consider that all vinegar is not similar, and hence they have different acidity levels. The original flavor of the vinegar you choose has a profound effect on the taste of your finished product.

It is to note that balsamic vinegar goes best with herbs such as thyme, rosemary, tarragon, or basil. Apple cider vinegar makes a great combination with plenty of herbs, citrus peels, fennel seeds, and especially spices. Rice wine vinegar can be infused with plums for a nice color and aroma.

You can also have the option of combining two kinds of vinegar in a single infusion. For example, in one cup rice vinegar and one cup white wine vinegar, you can infuse parsley, rosemary, and thyme. It will yield a rich flavored vinegar that you can use to brighten up several recipes.

Does infused vinegar go bad?

If you follow proper handling and bottling protocols, a flavored vinegar should remain good for at least three months. After this period, any fruit-infused vinegar may manifest considerable changes in its flavor and color. However, refrigeration prolongs the shelf life of infused vinegar up to six to eight months. Care should be taken to keep the infused vinegar bottles tightly sealed.

How long does herb-infused vinegar last?

When storing herb infused vinegar, it is necessary to discard the herbs. The bottle you are using to preserve the infused vinegar must be sterilized before use. It is necessary to keep the vinegar in a cool, dry place all the time. In this way, you can make your herb-infused vinegar last for up to six months.

Does vinegar go bad after opening?

A vinegar is spicy and acidic, and the pH of vinegar does not encourage the growth of microorganisms. This is the basic reason that keeps the vinegar safe for use even if its expiration date has passed. Even if you notice the sediments at the bottom of a vinegar bottle, it will remain completely fine for consumption.

How do you infuse vinegar with the heating method?

Take a clean, heat-proof glass jar and add some dried herbs. In a thick-based herb-infused saucepan, heat vinegar till it comes to simmer. Do not boil the vinegar. Now pour this hot vinegar over the dried herbs. Seal the lid and label the jar with vinegar, the name of the herbs, and the date of preparation.

Want to try out more variations of vinegar? Try our Nitrous Infused Citrus Vinegar! It's so good, you could use it for your salad dressing without any substitutes.