Home-made apple cider vinegar

Home-made apple cider vinegar

Home-made apple cider vinegar

 

We have been following https://www.goingzerowaste.com/  for years, and the insight and advice we’ve gained, improved the way we live and work and increased our awareness about waste reduction and the environment. We have made Katherine’s ‘Apple Cider Vinegar from Scraps’ recipe a few times by now and we thought, we would share it with you, too. Apple cider vinegar, just like raw honey, has many natural health benefits: it helps improve digestion, supports the immune system, improves the condition of hair, skin and nails, as well as helping lower blood sugar levels. 

 

The following is a super easy recipe and the good news is, you can use any old apples that would otherwise head to the compost.

 

You will need a very clean, large glass jar, a rubber band and a piece of cloth.

 

Ingredients:

 240 grams of apple peels and cores

 1 tablespoon of runny raw honey

 700ml filtered water

 

How to make apple cider vinegar:

Place the apple pieces in the glass jar. Fill the jar with filtered water. Add in the raw honey and shake until it dissolves. Cover the jar with the piece of cloth and tighten with a rubber band.

Let the jar sit in a dark place for about 3-4 weeks. Stir it occasionally and make sure that the apple pieces are fully submerged. After 3-4 weeks, strain out the apple pieces and compost, leaving the liquid in the jar for another 3-4 weeks. Then it’s ready to use!

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