how vinegar is made and its multiple uses

‘Zoom with Vose’ talks vinegar with Bob Sewall, Mia Mantello

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Join Vose Library for its weekly "Zoom with Vose Wednesdays at 6 p.m." on Wednesday, Dec. 9 as they welcome Bob Sewall and his wife, Mia Mantello. The couple will explain how vinegar is made and speak about the many uses for vinegar from cooking to its multiple medicinal benefits.

Bob Sewall is a long-time organic apple grower and former president of Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners. After preparing his fields organically for two years using the Rodale method, he planted 550 trees to create what is now the oldest certified organic orchard in Maine still in operation, according to Vose, in a news release.

Besides farming, consulting and mentoring young farmers, he speaks to groups around the state about his organic apple cider vinegar, which was voted ‘Best of Maine” (Down East Magazine) in 2008, the only year they had a vinegar category.

According to Vose, the Sewell Orchard vinegar is widely used in restaurants and businesses in Maine, and Sewall has been featured in a number of publications and news articles.

Please visit the Vose Library website at www.voselibrary.org or Facebook page to obtain a Zoom Link for this informative program.

The Vose Library is located in Union, Maine at 392 Common Road and is currently open for curbside pick-up services.

FMI, call 207-785-4733.

Event Date: 

Wed, 12/09/2020 - 6:00pm

Event Location: 

Zoom