20 Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes

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Posted by Estherrene (Wichita, Kansas) on 11/25/2007
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I only drink Organic ACV because it is raw and unfiltered. It has a recipe on the bottle for ACV Bracer to start the day with a wake -up vinegar bracer. 1-2tsp of ACV, 1tsp of honey, water' but never hot water because hot water de-activates enzymes. Some one posted a recipe using ACV with warm water. Who is correct "Solana Gold posted oVirtues of Vinegar or the reader feedback posted on 08/30/2007? I personally takes the Bracer recipe with no water, and it is truly a pick-me-upper with no jitters. ERC of Wichta, Kansas.

Replied by Rachel
(Ferndale, MI)
05/07/2008

I think ACV could do just as well in iced tea. Maybe after your tea (and raspberry, cinnamon apple, and many other herbal teas taste good iced) can be cooled in the fridge, and then the ACV can be added before drinking. That way the enzymes aren't killed.


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Posted by Cindy (Winter Springs, FL) on 11/25/2007
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I like to use stevia to sweeten my ACV drink. It can be purchaced in many different flavors but a few drops of valencia orange works for me. I'm on a no sugar program so honey is out of the question.


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Posted by Dragica (Edmonton, Canada) on 09/18/2007
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One of the best remedies for colds, and to boost your immune system is apple cider vinegar, chopped garlic, honey, and warm water. Mix all the these ingredients together and drink it. Instantly you will feel better. This recipe is from my Serbian grandmother. I have been drinking since I can remember, and I have never taken any medication for colds.


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Posted by Marie (Chicago, IL) on 08/06/2007
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Hey Maree!!! I also drink the apple vinegar with apple juice, however, regular apple juice has a good 42 g of sugar!! Even if you go with "lite", which has splenda added, uh oh.. thats not good either. Soo...I buy Gerber's Baby Apple Juice which has only 13 g of sugar. This is the best route so far!

Replied by Rachel
(Manassas Park, Va)
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 Lisa (Newton, MA) on 08/02/2007
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Hi I have just begun to use ACV for weightloss and thought I would share this delicious tip. I mix the 2 tablespoons og ACV with raspberry tea and add raspberry seltzer water. The taste is delicious and is much like a no calorie wine spritzer.


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Posted by Maree (Melbourne, Australia) on 07/09/2007
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MASKING TASTE OF APPLE CIDER VINEGAR: Hello and thank you for your wonderful site. I have erratic BP and do not want to go on meds. So I started taking ACV 2 tblspns with honey twice a day. I just can't stand the taste...I was taking it in a shot glass and holding my nose. Anyway..I bought some pure apple juice...well I put two tblspns ACV in a large glass and filled it up with apple juice,,,,and HEY PRESTO!!!NO YUCKY TASTE....YIPPEE....I am going to do this twice a day still but with the apple juice....thank heavens....


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Posted by Tara (Los Angeles, California) on 06/03/2007
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I just mixed:

* a cup of hot water
* two tablespoons of ACV
* a little cinnamon
* a little honey

then drank it like a tea, and it tastes great-- (i also tried maple syrup, which works okay, but i don't think it's as effective as the honey.)

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Posted by Pamela (Granite Falls, WA) on 05/22/2007
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I take apple cider vinegar as a digestive aid (with EXCELLENT results). I mix 2 TBLS of Raw Organic ACV with 4oz of Unfiltered Organic Apple Juice and 4 oz of pure bottled water. To avoid DENTAL problems, I simply drink the ACV with a STRAW. To restore the ph in my mouth, I rinse and/or brush with baking soda and water.


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Posted by Stella (Walnut Creek, CA) on 04/20/2007
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I have been doing this for about a month now and I love it. It has increased my energy and helped my mood. I feel much more pep when I use it. I have found the perfect formula for me:, it tastes like an apple soda.

Stella's Formula

8oz Water
2 Tbsp ACV
1/4 Tsp baking soda
1 Pack stevia

In case you are not familiar with stevia, it is a natural herb sweetner. It makes the Apple Cider Vinegar taste delicous and it does not add any calories! It readily dissolves in water and is much more healthy then chemical sweetners, you know the ones.. We are not allowed to market stevia as a sweetner in this country because the power that be would prefer us to keep using those chemical sweetners that are so profitable for them. But it can be sold as a supplement. You will find it in health food stores. It does not work great for coffee but works wonderfully for cold drinks and tea.


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Posted by Anna (Ottawa, Canada) on 04/13/2007
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I just wanted to comment that if you take 4 tablespoons for honey on a daily basis, you may end up with a candida overgrowth (especially considering that most of us have a yeast overgrowth in the first place, at least to some extent). Candida overgrowth is a serious problem and will be exceptionally hard to rid off. The same is true about molases and apple juice. I think it is safer to stick with water when mixing ACV.

Replied by Rachel
(Ferndale, MI)
05/07/2008

I was wondering if ACV is a good remedy for people who already have a candida overgrowth. I would like to have the health benefits of it, but I've heard vinegar is bad for candida.

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Posted by John (Caledon, Ontario, Canada) on 04/10/2007
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I have used apple cider vinegar for many years and it has to be the most universal natural remedy on Earth. I have found that adding 2 tbs of ACV to an 8 ounce glass of apple juice makes a much more palatable drink. It tastes similar to apple cider.


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Posted by Analee (Bronx, NY) on 02/24/2007
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I just wanted to post how great my concoction has worked for me.I have increased energy levels, I am more alert and have also seen the greatest change in my general mood. My daily recipe is Apple Cider Vinegar, Molasses mixed with Honey in a bottle of home brewed green tea or water. It is absolutely delicous. Please try it and tell me what you think.


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Posted by Jackie (Idaho) on 11/17/2006
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Here's a suggestion for convenience in using the ACV/honey remedy. Start with 1 quart ACV and 1 quart good quality local natural unpasturized honey (preferrably in glass jar) and a clean glass quart jar. Pour half the honey into the quart jar. Pour half the ACV into each jar half filled with honey. Replace lids and agitate until honey and ACV are thoroughly combined. Then pour mixture into empty vinegar bottle for easier pouring and refrigerate. If you wish to add 1 tbsp. ACV and 1 tbsp. honey to a glass of water, just add 2 tbsps. ACV/honey mixture. This mixture combines easily with water of any temperature. This saves me so much time that I actually stick with the plan.

Replied by Ash
(Melbourne, Australia)
02/08/2014

After reading all the recipes I was just looking for something simple, quick and easy to make without the vinegar taste!

I just put an equal amount of ACV with the remaining honey in the jar shook it up, then added 2 Tablespoons of the mix in a glass of water and stirred. It went down quite well with no horrible taste and only a slight vinegar smell! I was surprised as a first timer and will be taking it this way from now on. Thank you


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Posted by Brandi (McCormick, SC) on 09/15/2006
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I just wanted to say that I found this web-site today and thought I would try the ACV to lose weight and feel better. I am 75lbs now and will update later. I was wanting to let people know that you can mix it in with Sunny D and it's actually good! I gag on things very easy so I thought I would not be able to drink this stuff but I had some sunny d. and thought I would try it in it and it was very good. I won't have a problem drinking this at all!

Replied by Abby
(Chicago, IL)
07/16/2008

Bandi. You are only 75lbs now, and are trying to lose weight with ACV? That must be a typo?

Replied by Rachel
(Kalispell, MT)
01/26/2009

Just keep in mind that of everything that you could mix ACV with, Sunny D is probably one of the worst. Is there even any real juice in that stuff? It's primarily sugar and artificial flavors which could be contributing to your weight problem. I'd go for 100% organic juice if I were you.


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Posted by Myrle (USA) on 08/03/2006
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About the apple cider; for one thing you do not drink large amounts of vinegar every day. That is insane. I read in a booklet on the research. Here is a formula:
1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
garlic cloves; but i use garlic tincture; if you have ever eaten raw garlic it knocks the breath out of you
1 Tbsp honey
1TBsp lemon juice

i put this in tea; real tea; also miso, cayenne, ginseng, gingko, goto kolo and other herbs.



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