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Apple Cider Vinegar Recipe to improve your health naturally.

Apple Cider Vinegar Recipe to improve your health naturally.

Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar
Prep Time : 20 minutes
Fermenting time: 60 days

Making homemade apple cider vinegar is a great way to use excess apples or the leftover apple peels and cores.

It is very cheap to make at home as only a few apples can give a fair amount of apple cider vinegar.

It is a natural laxative and helps improve digestion, lowers blood sugar levels, reduces belly fat, and improves insulin sensitivity.

It is so simple to make that you can carry on your everyday cooking while giving it a try. It can be stored easily in a refrigerator and, if properly fermented, can be used for up to 1 year.

Healthy Apples

The quantity of the ingredients while making apple cider vinegar depends upon the glass jar you used to make it.

You will need the half jar filled with chopped apples that you used for fermenting. Other ingredients include sugar and water in a ratio of 1 tablespoon of sugar per cup of water.

Optionally you can give a splash of apple cider vinegar to speed up the fermentation process.

The fermentation time depends on the environment and temperature. Usually, it is favorable to use a 70-75 F temperature area for ideal fermentation.

After one month of fermentation, you can taste the vinegar as per your liking.

If you like the taste, you can move onto the next step, or if not, you can allow the vinegar for more time until it reaches your desired flavor.


  • Half filled jar of chopped apples you use for fermentation
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar per cup of water used
  • A splash of apple cider vinegar (optional)


  1. Fill the glass jar halfway with chopped apples and peels/cores( peels and cores can be stored in the freezer over time and can be used later).
  2. Pour in the lukewarm water until the glass jar becomes almost full. Measure the total amount of water to fill the jar.
  3. Add one tablespoon sugar per 1 cup of water used. Give a splash of apple cider vinegar to speed up the fermentation process. Cover with breathable cloth and place in a dark area of 70-75 F temperature.
  4. Stir the mixture daily for up to 2 weeks to avoid molds forming at the top. Strain the mixture after two weeks and discard the apples. Again cover with cloth and place in a dark location for one month.
  5. After one month, taste the apple cider vinegar if it comes to your liking. If not, keep it for 15 more days or until you like the taste. The ideal time is a total of 2 months for fermentation; however, you can increase or decrease the time depending upon your preference.
  6. When done, store the vinegar in bottles in the refrigerator. If adequately fermented, it can be stored for up to 1 year in a refrigerator. Or you can use it until it does not change its taste.


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