The Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the healthiest products on this planet. Many people call it the liquid gold because it offers so many benefits that keep you healthy and moving.
I don’t know if you remember, but I talked a lot about the ACV and what it can do if brought up in your lives.
Some of you sent me an email saying that ever since they started using it, they saw the wonders it can do for them.
I couldn’t be prouder back then.
I hope the ACV and some of you didn’t get mad at me because I forgot about it for a longer period.
So, here am I now writing about this all-natural and healthy product.
Some people were saying that in-store Apple cider vinegar is done chemically, and they are not so sure if they can trust it.
People have their doubts. I’m okay with that because there are many products out there that took their faith away.
If you are one of these people, then I’m happy to say that I have a recipe of ACV you can do at your home.
Before we check that out, I would want you to focus your attention on all the benefits provided by this miraculous product.
As I promised earlier, the recipe for this ACV is coming up next.
- Glass Jar
- Enough Apple Scraps to Fill Up the Jar
- Organic Cane Sugar
- Filtered Water
- Dash of Store-bought Organic, Raw, Unpasteurized, Unfiltered ACV (optional)
- Fermentation Weight
- Cheesecloth or Coffee Filter
- Elastic Band
- Fill up the glass jar with the apple scraps
- Dissolve the cane sugar with the filtered water. The amount of the water and cane sugar depends on the size of your pots. Keep the ratio to one tbsp. of sugar to one cup of water.
- Pour the mixture over the apples until you see them submerged.
- Use the weight to weigh down the apples making sure they are on the bottom and completely submerged in the liquid.
- Cover the jar with the cheesecloth and store it in the kitchen cabinet.
- The mixture needs to rest up for four weeks.
- Check the jar every once in a while to ensure that the apples are still on the bottom. When you notice the cloudy substance in the pot, you can strain the mixture. Compost the apple pieces and reserve the liquid.
- Return the liquid back into the jar and cover it with a lid. Leave it for two to four weeks. Don’t forget to shake the mixture gently every other day.
- Get a sip of the ACV to make sure it has the acidity you like.
- When it reaches the desired stage, you can transfer it into a bottle and start using it.
- Store the bottles in your refrigerator to prevent the ACV from fermenting and getting more acidic.
There you have it. Now you can prepare an Apple Cider Vinegar at your home all by yourself.
Don’t forget to let all of your friends know about this.
Source: Natural Living Ideas