Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is the vinegar from fermented apple juice. It is made by fermenting apple juice into hard cider. The alcohol reacts with airborne bacteria to create acetic acid (vinegar). The process produces a tangy fruity flavor. Unlike grain distilled white vinegar it is gentle on the digestion, inviting healthy digestive activity rather than the harsh effect of white vinegar.
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