Transform Your Apples with This Timeless Recipe!

Transform Your Apples with This Timeless Recipe!

Putting apples in hot water doesn't cost me any extra money. This is how my grandmother behaved! Apple cider vinegar is known for more than just its mild taste. It is also thought to have health benefits. Fermenting the fruit that is used to make apple must or cider gives it all the nutrients and health benefits of the fruit it comes from, while also making it possible to lose weight.

As long as the cloudy liquid doesn't come from an industrial source, the grains in it are usually a good sign that it's real. The truth is that it is mostly pasteurized and filtered, which means it loses many of the qualities that make it unique and healthy. Adding sulfites to make something last longer actually makes it less pure and harms its taste and smell.

Benefits of Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has good bacteria for the gut. So, it turns into a meal that knows when you're full and stops making you hungry. Additionally, the elements that are made when iron, magnesium, and phosphorus are combined help keep your metabolism healthy by speeding up the breakdown and elimination of fats that you eat. Because of this, it is thought to be a natural way to lose weight. It also has almost no bad effects, other than slightly raising the pH, which is an acidic level. People with sores or gastritis should not eat it. If you don't have those conditions, you can eat it as normal. It goes well with our food and is mild enough to be a tasty topping.

Simple Steps to Make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home

It's simple to make at home, but you need a tip. Only use organic apples that are grown nearby. They must not have any chemicals on them at all for them to ferment properly. As expected, this dish is actually the result of fermentation, which is sped up by the fact that the fruits are real and have grown older.


  • Five green apples
  • One liter of water
  • 50 grams of white sugar
  • One liter of water that has been boiled or filtered

A jar of homemade apple cider vinegar with sliced apples submerged in the liquid, placed on a rustic kitchen table.


  1. Sterilize Your Bottle: Boil water in a saucepan over high heat for 30 minutes. Allow it to dry on its own.
  2. Prepare the Syrup: In a pot, bring one liter of running water to a boil. Mix the sugar in two cups. Let it cool all the way down.
  3. Clean and Cut the Apples: Once the apples are clean, dry them completely and cut them up.
  4. Combine Ingredients: After putting them in the jar, add the syrup and boiling water and stir well. Make sure that the fruit is completely submerged in the liquid. Seal with clean linen and hold in place with an elastic band. Cover it with a towel and store it somewhere dry, cool, and dark.
  5. Ferment: Let the apples rest for three weeks, and check them often to make sure mold hasn't grown on them. After 21 days, pour off the juice (it will smell good) and put it back in the jar. Again, let it sit in the dark for 28 days and stir it every other day.
  6. Final Steps: After this, the apple cider vinegar can be used however you like.

By following this time-honored method, you can enjoy the rich, healthful benefits of homemade apple cider vinegar.

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