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Making Raw Apple Cider Vinegar at Home


Making Raw Apple Cider Vinegar at Home


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by C. Davis

The best apple cider vinegars are organic, unfiltered and raw (unpasteurized).

I personally use scraps (peels and cores). This way I get to eat my apples and make vinegar too. Or if you are making a pie or apple sauce… instead of throwing away the scraps, you can start making your first vinegar.

You’ll need:

apple peels, cores and any browning/discolored flesh from pesticide-free apples (I used only 3 of them)
one large jar (for fermentation) and another one to let the vinegar rest
a rubber band
Cheesecloth or floursack cloth
Honey or granulated sugar

Peel the apples and fill you container by at least half way with your apple scraps (peels & cores), seed, stems and all. If at least half the container is not filled, add additional apple scraps until you achieve this level as a minimum.

Make sure the pieces are big enough to strain out easily later (no puree).

Pour in room temperature (filtered) water until the chopped apples are completely covered and the container is just about full leaving 1-2 inches at the top.

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  1. I have tried almost everything know to man to lose weight and nothing worked until I found “ACV”, or Apple Cider Vinegar. I have taken over the counter meds with no success. When I tried ACV it changed my life, I had to change my eating habits but it was so worth it. I now see more fat leaving my body every week and I am thrilled. Here is one source that helped me a lot in my quest to lose weight . What ever you can do to lose weight, do it! It is so worth the effort and you are going to love your new live. I wish everyone success with their health endeavors and Apple Cider Vinegar will help change your life.

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