20 Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes

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Posted by Danny T. Vick (Commerce, Texas) on 11/09/2010

To Whom it may concern, I could not stand the taste of the Vinegar and water mix when I drank it or the smell of it when it came out as sweet so I come up with this mixture on my own. I take a half gal. Jug of 100% grape juice and pour out 1/3 cup of it down the drain or drink it. I then pour in 1/3 cup of Heinz Apple Cider and mix it up and chill in refrigerator. I drink one cup of that mixture everday with 2 tablespoons of Kretschmer's wheat germ added. The easiest way to do this is to take an empty bottle of Kretschmer's and put a piece of tape on it at the one cup level. The day before pour in the jar one cup of that mixture and add 2 tablespoons Wheat Germ. I swirl it around in the jar and drink it down. My Sinuses have cleared up as well as my Arthitis.

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Posted by Chad (Malta, Montana, U.S.A.) on 11/03/2010
5 out of 5 stars

Tough elixer:
2 caps bee pollen
Dash of hot sauce
Pinch of aunt jemima
Organic nighty night tea... Organic 7 spice chai tea
Organic chamomile tea
1 tsp honey
1-2 tbsp cider vinegar (depending on how badly you wrestle)
Pinch of cinnamon
2 flakes crushed red pepper
Cup of water
*drink while burning an incense and holding rabbits foot (optional)

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Posted by Susie (Belcourt, Nd) on 10/08/2010

For those who are using the Apple Cider Vinegar in water and don't like the taste, it works and tastes great when you mix it with Apple juice, a dash of cinnamon, and a little honey. I heat it in the microwave and drink in the morning instead of my coffee. It keeps my congestion at a minimum, and I have chronic allergies to everything, so this is a true God send for me.

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Posted by Rachel (Manassas Park, Va) on 09/27/2010

That amount of sugar is only for 4oz of the Gerber Baby Apple Juice (so it's about 26g sugar per 8z). Simply brand Apple Juice is 28g per 8oz, however, it is NOT made from concentrate. It is cold pressed 100% Apple Juice. I would drink that over the Gerber Baby (Fake) Apple Juice.


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Posted by Angie (Fayetteville, Georgia) on 09/27/2010

I like to take ACV with pomegranite juice which is very tart so the ACV tastes better. It is expensive so sometimes I use grape juice or apple juice. I also drink it through a straw to help protect my teeth and to make it easier to drink. I drink ACV for acid reflux and arthritis pain in my fingers.


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Posted by Candy (St. George, Kansas, Usa ) on 09/07/2010
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I have been drinking 1 tbls of ACV in 12oz of unsweetened Grapefruit juice and 1 tbls of Organic Honey 3x a day for 1wk. I have lost 10lbs so far and have more energy then I've had for a long time. The grapefruit juice dilutes the vinegar enough that all you taste is the juice. I almost want to drink it all day but I don't want to over do it. Can you over do ACV in a day?


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Posted by Michael (Hudson, Fl) on 08/27/2010
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For those asking what you can add to the ACV to make it sweeter, just add the ACV to a glass of apple juice and you can barely taste it. I just started with 1 t. In a small glass of apple juice and it just tastes like apple cider. I'll be increasing that to 2 t. Soon. I'll be experimenting with the ACV, water, and apple juice mixtures in a big bottle that I can sip throughout the day. I'll post the results soon.

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Posted by Kristin1023 (Orange, Ca) on 08/22/2010
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I drink my ACV with apple juice. It takes great, much like sparkling cider!


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Posted by Stephanie (Atlanta, Ga) on 07/16/2010

Pure raw honey NEVER goes bad. If your honey goes bad that means it is not pure and water has been added to it. Also studies have shown that diabetics do perfectly fine with honey and it in fact regulates sugar levels. http://www.benefits-of-honey.com/good-quality-honey.html


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Posted by Patrice (Silver Spring, Md ) on 07/09/2010
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Regarding sweetening of the acv drink- I use d-ribose to sweeten my acv drink because its a vital nutrient that the body needs but is also naturally sweet! :) patrice


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Posted by Sarah (Lafayette, La) on 05/19/2010

I've noticed the several postings regarding ACV recipes - however can you take the ACV straight 1 or 2x a day?

EC: A few others have asked the same question.. here's the thread: https://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/acvinegar2.html#ACVCHASERS

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Posted by Cmontana (Bozeman, Montana) on 05/01/2010
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I became a vegetarian 5 months ago and am also a breastfeeding mom. I thought my loss of energy was simply a side effect from the birth and being up a lot at night. I started the "tonic" you describe a few weeks ago - a friend suggested it to me. WOW! My husband and I call it our "hippie drink" - 1-2tsp black strap molasses 1-2tsp apple cider vinegar (with the mother) 1-2tsp blue agave in purified water (about 8 oz.) - it will really rev you up in the morning an make you feel cleansed.


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Posted by Exboss (Chicago, Il) on 04/16/2010
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I don't usually go for "health food" or "organic" or "natural" remedies... but I'm totally convinced about apple cider vinegar. I hope I don't offend anybody on this site; I put a big splash of acv in a 32 oz bottle with a packet of peach ice tea mix and lots of water and ice. I love it! Another recipe is to add a splash of acv and an equal splash of lime juice to 32 oz of water and ice. Sweeten with agave (another new discovery!) to taste. Wonderful!!

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Posted by Karen (Williston, Nd, Usa) on 04/13/2010
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I have been racking my brain trying to come up with a way to get my kids to take ACV. Drinking it in water is out of the question, but today I mixed 2 tbsp ACV, 1/4 tsp baking soda in 8 oz of organic apple juice and you can't taste the vinegar at all. Just tastes like apple juice. This might be a solution for those who want the benefits but not the taste.


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Posted by Ester (Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa) on 04/07/2010
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It is most enjoyable to mix the daily dose of apple cider vinegar with grapefruit juice - the slightly bitter taste neutralizes the astringency of the vinegar. I use one table spoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of grapefruit juice.


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Posted by Mohini (Suva, Fiji Islands) on 02/21/2010
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I add a little amount to salt to reduce the sourness of vinegar. I sometimes make a drink with lemon juice, water, salt and little honey or sugar and add some crushed mint leaves. The drink is refreshing specially during the summers.


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Posted by S (Siloam Springs, Arkansas) on 02/03/2010

I like apple cider vinegar with salt instead of any kind of sweetner. 1 tablespoon ACV in 8 oz water with 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt. Is this good, or bad?


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Posted by Dgray1701 (Greenfield, Indiana) on 01/31/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I am surprised I haven't read about my ACV concoction, unless I've just missed it. I mix 1-2 tablespoons (depending on the need) with about 8 ounces of very cold all natural apple juice. I drink one first thing in the morning and about an hour before bed. I've learned to truly love the mix. It generally tastes like a very tart apple cider. You can adjust the amount of juice to control the dilution ratio of the ACV accordingly to your personal taste. It will obviously cost you more if you choose to mix the ACV with more juice. I hope this helps...


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Posted by Maybell (Los Lunas, New Mexico) on 01/21/2010
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This is a tonic my husband swears by...1 cup/mug of warm water (not boiling,) 2 tsp. of raw natural honey, 2 tsp. apple cider vinegar and one tsp. of BLACK STRAP molasses. This tonic gets him going in the morning. He also uses it when he has worked hard and his feet/muscles are sore.

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Posted by Rhapsodie (Belfast, Ny) on 01/20/2010

Jeremiah, I use a drink of 1-2 tbsp. of honey, 1-2 tbsp. of cider vinegar, 1-2 cups of hot water, sprinkles of cinnamon and ginger, along with other sweetener (molasses) so that it tastes good as a morning tonic. Use the measure of the cup to make the measure of the spoon, and after adding the spices continue to mix your drink so as the spread the flavor before drinking.


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Posted by Rhapsodie (Belfast, Ny) on 01/20/2010

Tams, I read your information and I wanted to let you know that I am an insulin dependent diabetic and I use honey regularly with almost no effect to my sugar. I believe this is because honey is almost a pure food. Also the recipe I will give you tastes wonderful to me. I drink 2-4 mugs of it each day.

RECIPE: 1-2 tbsp. of honey, 1-2 tbsp. of cider vinegar, 1-2 cups of hot water, sprinkles of cinnamon and ginger, along with other sweetener so that it tastes good as a morning tonic. For each measure keep the number the same you will find that the taste will be better.

The benefits of the honey, ginger, and cinnamon are wonderful additions to the vinegar. Honey is a healing agent also after about a year it helped my allergies decrease, cinnamon reduces the glucose effect of the honey, and ginger decreases inflammation. I am diabetic and have no sugar problems with the use of this recipe. I have also noticed the benefit of reduced appetite, increased healthy feeling, loss of arthritis pain, more regular bowel movements and NO ACID REFLUX or pain from the combination. Along with that I had no pain this month like I normally do. I buy a local honey and if I use under 3 tbsp. at one time I do not take any insulin. I should be taking over 5 units for this amount of sugar but if I do my body goes into shock. Part of the reason could be how the cinnamon and ginger I use with my recipe work with the honey.


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Posted by Rhapsodie (Belfast, Ny) on 01/20/2010

Rachel, I do not believe you would have more problems adding the vinegar but, I would like to suggest that you add another calming agent to the recipe like local honey. I have used local honey for the last year and my allergies and asthma have disappeared. I use a drink of 1-2 tbsp. of honey, 1-2 tbsp. of cider vinegar, 1-2 cups of hot water, sprinkles of cinnamon and ginger, along with other sweetener so that it tastes good as a morning tonic. The benefits of the honey, ginger, and cinnamon are wonderful additions to the vinegar. Honey is a healing agent also after about a year it helped my allergies decrease, cinnamon reduces the glucose effect of the honey, and ginger decreases inflammation. I am diabetic and have no sugar problems with the use of this recipe. I have also noticed the benefit of reduced appetite, increased healthy feeling, loss of arthritis pain, more regular bowel movements and NO ACID REFLUX or pain from the combination. Along with that I had no pain this month like I normally do.


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Posted by Rhapsodie (Belfast, Ny) on 01/20/2010

Wil, I love my cider vinegar mix. I am not sure about tooth enamel but I have found that my mixture has not damaged any of my teeth. Actually it has cleaned up the problems I was having with a cavity. The benefits of the honey, ginger, and cinnamon are very healthy. Honey is a healing agent, cinnamon reduces the glucose effect of the honey, and ginger decreases inflammation. I am diabetic and have no sugar problems with the use of this recipe. I have also noticed the benefit of reduced appetite, increased healthy feeling, loss of arthritis pain, more regular bowel movements and NO ACID REFLUX or pain from the combination. Also if I use the vinegar repeatedly through the day I have noticed a distinct lack of appetite for sweets and fatty salt food. RECIPE: 1-2 tbsp. of cider vinegar, 1-2 tbsp of honey, 1-2 cups of hot water, ginger to taste, cinnamon to taste, and sweetening to taste. My recommendation is to use the same measurements of vinegar and honey as you do water.


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Posted by Rhapsodie (Belfast, Ny) on 01/20/2010

Stephen, I love my cider vinegar mix. 1-2 tbsp. of vinegar, 1-2 tbsp of honey, 1-2 cups of hot water, ginger to taste, cinnamon to taste, and sweetening to taste. My recommendation is to use the same measurements of vinegar and honey as you do water. The benefits of the honey, ginger, and cinnamon are very healthy. Honey is a healing agent, cinnamon reduces the glucose effect of the honey, and ginger decreases inflammation. I am diabetic and have no sugar problems with the use of this recipe. I have also noticed the benefit of reduced appetite, increased healthy feeling, loss of arthritis pain, more regular bowel movements and NO ACID REFLUX or pain from the combination.



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