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Have used it to make salad dressings, cooking (ribs, specifically), and occasionally to help knock-out colds.
The more I read about health benefits, the more I'm thinking of making it part of my daily diet.
Anyone here use it regularly?
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This stuff also knocks out toenail fungus in a couple of weeks!
edit/this: Had nail fungus on one big toe, screwed around for a couple of years with dermatologist's prescriptions, then tried this. Had a couple of those small glass single serve jelly jars from a restaurant, empty. The big toe fit right in the thing, filled to about 1/3 with this vinegar. Sat around an hour a night for 3 weeks with the toe jam substitute and no more fungus.
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Was wondering how this stuff tastes? Maybe an idea for mixing it with something to make it bearable. I heard it helps with acid reflux
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The straight-up taste is good...much less nasty than white vinegar.
The cold remedy I use is a mix with raw honey and lemon juice...cuts the vinegar bite a lot but is still a very powerful concoction...clears your sinuses after a couple sips. The same mixture diluted in water tastes pretty good.
Well apparently it is made with 'organic apples', and this is what makes it organic. What is the difference between organic and non-organic apples?
Take a guess.
If it is FDA or some other regulatory/certifying agency's certification, then it uses no more than x amount of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and maybe something else.
TMI, man. TMI.
Someone told me the same thing so I tried it. Straight this does NOT taste good and actually burns like crazy when you first drink it. I am not sure if it actually helped with my reflux but why the hell would you drink this instead of taking tums (which have calcium) or Prilosec ? Both are easier and much more pleasant.
Do you drink white vinegar straight out of the bottle also?
So it is supposed to deliver all of these medicinal benefits in part because of this?
Of course. No, I took a tiny sip to see what it was like. It didn't go well. I thought I could handle it after a few drinks.
No. Those happen because of the nature of vinegar (it's good for you in small doses) and avoiding as much bad stuff with it.
You could get lesser effects from any apple vinegar, I imagine.
The helping insulin sensitivity seems to be B.S. Only thing that helps that is to stop fucking eating sugar with everything.
I use it in my Homemade Salsa.
Try diluting a tablespoon in 4-6 ounces of water next time
Worked at Boston Market for 2 years in high school. Prepped the chickens in the morning every weekend. Tons of apple cider vinegar and a large "seasoning pack". My skin wreaked of the stuff for most of the day. Really not an attractive smell to pick up the ladies. I've read about the benefits but just can't bring myself to handle the smell again.
I take it daily. One tablespoon of the organic apple cider vinegar and an 8oz glass of water.
Not wise to drink it straight up- too acidic and could cause other issues for you.
The stuff has many health benefits and has helped different friends and family members deal with health issues.
Hint: stick with the organic stuff. Heinz and the grocery brands to me are just nasty- they feel more acidic.
Had a bout with the gout a couple weeks ago (holy crap, that is some serious pain). Supposed to help with that too.
Guinness makes you drop mud.
How was the vinegar used? I put a little apple cider vinegar in the water when making chicken stock
Warning......be careful with this stuff. My dad was using it for his acid reflux. Drinking it every day. But that stuff will cause a lot of damage on your teeth. The acid in this will eat the enamel in your teeth. My dad was like 55 with great teeth (no cavities) and after ~2 years of this his back teeth looked like they were all rotting out. And that is stuff that won't recover (enamel).
Mmmm I use apple cider vinegar in my cole-slaw
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