Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes
Have you ever cooked with vinegars? As you probably already know from the title, today is all about Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes.
I don’t know about you, but I always have at least one vinegar bottle in my pantry. I think, for me, it may be a pantry staple because I grew up with my mom having two of every vinegar you could imagine.
- Japanese Rice Wine Vinegar
- White Balsamic Vinegar
- Honey Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Black Vinegar
- Champagne Vinegar
- Malt Vinegar
- Sherry Wine Vinegar
- White Distilled Vinegar
- Raspberry Vinegar
I never knew why until I got older and found out they have such different ways to use them and the recipes are endless, especially for apple cider vinegar or organic apple cider vinegar.
I’m not just talking about pickles and vinegar salad dressings and catching fruit flies. There are many more uses and tons of culinary uses out there.
Whether you’re looking for vegan alternatives, recipes for picky eaters, or a chicken recipe, even detox gummies, and your own apple cider vinegar drinks. We have it all and more.
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Not only is store-bought or homemade apple cider vinegar great for cleaning and making so many recipes. There are many health benefits of apple cider vinegar, including remedies for health problems such as a sore throat or providing good bacteria.
It’s also great at lowering high blood sugar and blood glucose levels and is a good source of vitamin C. It can even help with weight loss. So adding a batch of apple cider vinegar to your health regimen may not be the worst idea.
With so many recipes to choose from, including tasty vegan options, I don’t know which one I’m more excited to make. I may just have to make all of these fantastic recipes this year!
So as you can see, you can make so many different recipes with apple cider vinegar, more than I thought was possible. We didn’t even get to all of them. So, here are a few Uses For Apple Cider Vinegar for you to try:
To make your own homemade vinegar, you need to use the fermentation process. You’ll need whatever kind of apples you want, so any fresh apples or organic apples will do, but you can also use apple scraps such as apple pieces, apple skins, apple peels, and apple cores.
Then you can add sugar. If you do, I recommend using powder or (if you’re off sugar like me) liquid stevia, and lastly, you’re going to need filtered water.
You have to put your apple pieces in a quart-sized jar covered with water and leave it in a dark place and at room temperature spot and out of direct sunlight. That’s it for your own raw apple cider vinegar.
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Do you see one you just HAVE to try on our list? Do you have your own favorite recipe you can share with us in the comments below?
We’d love to hear about your go-to real apple cider vinegar recipes. Be sure to share them so we can enjoy them, as well.