20 Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes

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Apple Cider Vinegar and Natural Sweeteners  

Posted by Sharon C (Malaysia) on 08/27/2013

May I know is it ok to take apple cider vinegar with jaggery powder ( brown sugar) instead of honey? I have taken apple cider 1 Tbspoon with 2 teaspoons of jaggery powder with 1 glass of plain water, one time in early morning for the past 2 days. Thank you, Sharon C

Replied by Ed2010
Canada
08/27/2013

Without a problem, you can take ACV with jaggery, it is more healthy. Chromium in Jaggery will regulate sugar as well. If you could find jaggery powder without sulphites it is even great. Good Health


Karen's ACV Recipe  

Posted by Karen S (Calgary, Ab) on 01/24/2014

I have been drinking ACV for about 5 months now and will never go without it again. It has done so much for my energy levels, I can't even believe it!

I cannot stand the flavour, however, so every morning I make my "Health Drink" - which is 1 tbsp ACV; 1 tbsp organic coconut oil; 1 tbsp manuka honey; 1 tsp turmeric; and 4 drops oil of wild oregano". I live in a northern climate, so I have to very extremely gently melt the coconut oil, turmeric and manuka honey in a pot on the stove (no microwaving) and then add the ACV and oil of wild oregano. To this I add my fave fruit juice (currently it is pear/pineapple) and drink it like really fast like a shooter! . This is the only way I can get it down and it really works for me, I don't taste any of it but the fruit juice.

I have not had colds, flus or even a simple runny nose since. My allergies are pretty much in check, flatulence and digestive upset are a thing of the past and I never even get headaches anymore.

This site has given me a quality of life I haven't seen in 20+ years. Thank you Earth Clinic and all it's lovely posters!! Thank you!


Oxymel  

Posted by Jc (Savannah, Georgia) on 04/26/2011

I had learnt a while back that the ancient Greeks used to make a drink from vinegar or old wine (vinegar :D), honey and water; it was called Oxymel.

I used to make this drink and with some ice cubes, it's a refreshing and delicious drink. One must experiment to get the taste right and I don't remember the exact recipe I used. Still this may be a good way of getting both ACV and (local) honey in together.

Another way I found to take it was to add ACV to "organic" apple juice; you don't taste the ACV this way; it tastes only like apple juice.

Replied by Katy
Alexandria, Virginia
11/17/2011

I drink this concoction in the mornings before I head out. ACV with Mother and Local honey, and some water. I usually only do about a tbsp of each and do a "shot" of it. Do you make a large glass and sip? Thanks for the link also, I'm excited to read it.


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Posted by Linda (Cleethorpes) on 09/04/2016

I add ACV (1 tbsp) to Lemon and Ginger Herbal tea + 1 tsp clear honey. It is a lovely drink and the only way I can take ACV.


Posted by Mandandi (Gaborone) on 08/18/2016

My recipe is ACV, Aloe Vera, Whiskey Blend


Posted by Christine Dee (Usa) on 05/14/2014
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A good way to drink Apple Cider Vinegar is to put a capful in a cup of ice tea or in chicken broth heated in a cup..soo good. Also I like molasses on toast or stirred in to a warm drink, it is rich in iron and minerals women need, especially around period time. Iron is not recommended as much for men because of prostate issues. Enjoy.

Replied by Ladygirl700
Usa Virginia Ashburn
12/23/2014

I started drinking ACV for varicose veins about 4 days ago. I mixed it with freshly squeezed orange juice so I can drink it without gagging. The ACV taste is not that strong and I am happy with it.


Posted by Tammy (Los Angeles, Ca) on 04/08/2014

Here is my daily tonic. 2 tbls of ACV, 4 teaspoons of raw honey preferably from your local beekeeper and 1 tsp of Ceylon cinnamon. I heat up a little water in a coffee cup and put the cinnamon in it and let it steep for 20 minutes. I then pour the cinnamon into my drinking container and add the ACV and honey, stir and fill up the bottle with purified water and drink it 30 minutes before each meal. Amazing health benefits in honey and cinnamon and you won't even taste the ACV...


Posted by Angie (Brunson, Sc, Us) on 12/30/2012

I've just started using ACV and I love love love it. I've noticed that a lot of people say it is nasty. I read and therefore have been mixing the following and it taste great!

8 oz. Of distilled water
2 tsp. of ACV
4 to 5 drops of liquid Stevia

I've only been doing it for a couple of days and the only thing I've noticed is that I actually crave the drink now. I have suffered with sinus problems my ENTIRE life!!!! I am praying that this brings relief. I have taken so so many antibotics only for it to come right back as soon as I am off them. I'm so excited to see all the comments and benefits of this WONDERFUL juice!


Posted by Angie (Brunson, SC, US) on 12/30/2012

I've just started using ACV and I love love love it. I've noticed that a lot of people say it is nasty. I read and therefore have been mixing the following and it taste great!

  • 8 oz. of distilled water
  • 2 tsp. of ACV
  • 4 to 5 drops of liquid Stevia

I've only been doing it for a couple of days and the only thing I've noticed is that I actually crave the drink now. I have suffered with sinus problems my ENTIRE life!!!! I am praying that this brings relief. I have taken so so many antibotics only for it to come right back as soon as I am off them. I'm so excited to see all the comments and benefits of this WONDERFUL juice!


Posted by Amy (Hazelwood, Mo) on 10/19/2012

I make a drink with ACV, Blackstrap molassas, and organic honey. I think it gives me energy. The first night I drank it I woke up at 4 am feeling refreshed and like I had slept a full 8 hrs! Now I drink it in the morning to help me through the day. I really feel it helps my mood and gives me more energy.


Posted by Violetto (Atlanta, Ga, United States) on 07/24/2012
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ACV doesn't really do anything to me but when I was on a quest to find cures for so many things in my life, I avoided ACV because it is NOT nice. I have a track record of being the bravest, so I hope you know how much I hate it so trust me, this recipe is so nice I crave it so much I had to limit myself to 2 a day, otherwise apple juice is expensive at this rate.

2 tablespoons of ACV and I either put enough baking soda for it to stop fizzing or 1/4 teaspoon of it. Add apple juice. I usually only do 3/4 the cup. That's it. See, I took time off my tight schedule to tell everyone this because it seems like people like me aren't drinking it and everyone's saying that it works for so many things, just not for me.

Happy ACVing

Replied by Charlotte
Va
07/20/2014

I honestly cannot discern from your comment whether or not ACV works for you."NOT nice"-tasting? Or just not good, altogether? If it "does not work" for you, and you are still taking it this way, it could be because the ACV benefits were coming from the acidic properties of the ACV, and you've been neutralizing the acid completely with the baking soda.


Posted by Mia (Lyons, Ny) on 07/02/2012
5 out of 5 stars

I have wanted to make ACV a regular part of my life but I have never been able to get past the taste. It turns my stomach. Today, I read a post left by Had from White River Jct, Vermont who said that ACV and baking soda tasted like honey if you sweetened it with Stevia. I had all three so I went and tried it and IT DOES! I can do this! I am so excited.

1 cup water

1 packet or serving of stevia

1 TBSP ACV

I also added:

1/2 tsp. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

1 tsp. Cinnamon

This changed the taste to a more exotic tea-like flavor but it's great both ways. I just wanted the extra health benefits of the Cinnamon and EVCO.

If you can't stand ACV, try this. It is amazingly delicious.


Posted by Chef (Quebec, Canada) on 03/18/2012

Well, as for the taste I might have a sugestion, why not use it as a delightfull salad dressing using olive oil, ACV, you can also add to that some garlic, "wich has as much awesome propriety *see for exemple http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/300.html*" honey and leek. All together with salad and vegies, you get a good side dish wich is also an awesome health cocktail!

Replied by Loria
Al
08/31/2016

I stirred about 1 TBS of ACV to my serving of ranch dressing today. It made the dressing taste similar to Blue Cheese salad dressing. Much more palatable than water/acv shots I've been taking :)


Posted by Jess (Easton, Ct ) on 07/26/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I use ACV to make salad dressing - juice of one lemon, 1/4 cup ACV, 1/4 cup H2O, garlic, onion, sea salt, ground pepper - put in glass jar and shake vigorously, add to mixed greens - tastes fantastic!!


Posted by Dianew (Fresno, Ca, United States) on 07/12/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I drink apple cider vinegar in a glass (8 oz) of spicy hot V8 juice. I don't notice the vinegar taste very much that way and it's easy when I travel, as I can take a six-pack of small individual cans with me. During a severe sinus attack, I sometimes heat it in the microwave, adding several chopped raw garlic cloves to the drink. With chronic sinus inflammation, I'd try just about anything so I could breathe. I also have sleep apnea, so I can't go to bed until I can breathe through the CPAP mask.



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