Where to Buy Apple Cider Vinegar?: Q&A

Last Modified on Feb 04, 2008

Thailand ACV Sources

02/04/2008: Ray from Bangkok, Thailand: Could you please help me find an outlet for apple cider vinegar in north east Bangkok or inner Bangkok itself. I've tried every local supermarket and pharmacy but all to no avail.

02/07/2008: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: Dear Ray: Apple cider vinegar in Bangkok is easy to find. It is found in nearly all branch Foodland Supermarket and many of the Mall Department Store, supermarket sections. I got mine from The Mall supermarket section, Bangkapi Branch, since it is near my house. A great supermarket for foreign expats here is Villa Supermarket, which is found on Sukhumvit Road, and near the opposite of The Mall Ngarmwongwan. There are other places too, but the prices are not as reasonable at these locations. If you want to go to these places, just contact telephone assistance before going so that you won't go empty handed.

India: Where to Find ACV/alternatives?

11/22/2007: A from India: I am not sure we can get ACV in India. Any substitutes recommended?

Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: Apple cider vinegar comes in various brands, such as Bragg's, Heinz, and others. It is usually obtained from supermarkets. Certain health food stores may carry apple cider vinegar too.

Also, the apple cider vinegar depends on the kinds of remedy to be used. In certain remedies, a lemon or lime and baking soda will be a good substitute.

Another possible way to get around the lack of available, apple cider vinegar is to use apple juice mixed 50% with plain distilled vinegar. Most of the healing properties of the apple cider vinegar, in my opinion comes from the small amount of acetic acid and malic acid already found in most apple juice. Although when I do use it, I tend to neutralize the acid, with baking soda, so that it will be more friendly, pH wise to the body.



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