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7/9/20 11:04 A

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There's nothing like the "mother" in Braggs. emoticon



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7/1/20 8:43 A

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There is no such thing as "detox". Your body naturally does this for you through the kidneys/live. Adding such things as cayenne pepper and cinnamon does nothing to flatten anything.

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1/16/20 8:17 A

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I agree, so many good ideas here. Thanks!

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1/17/19 12:16 P

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So many good things to do with braggs



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11/1/18 9:36 A

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i like apple sidre very much

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3/31/18 5:23 P

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I use apple cider vinegar along with olive oil on my lettuce (green) salads, that's all I ever use.

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2/27/18 8:59 P

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Wow, I found a lot of useful advice here reading today! Thanks everyone!

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2/15/18 11:26 A

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It's also great to detox.. added to a cup of water a spoon of raw honey sprinkle of cayenne pepper and cinnamon helps to flatten the stomach...



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2/13/18 11:13 A

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I use it for pickling and in salad dressings. Also for things like coleslaw/potato salad. I do add it to sauces sometimes as well.

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2/12/18 5:28 P

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I make bone broth almost every weekend lately and I add vinegar to the water. It is supposed to help draw more of the good stuff out of the bones.

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2/12/18 8:25 A

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Some people add vinegar when they're making bone broth. I guess the theory being that vinegar assists in getting more nutrients into the broth. I keep forgetting to try this.

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2/10/18 10:07 P

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Vinegar is great on cooked spinach

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11/17/17 8:48 A

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I cut up cucumbers; and, put apple cider vinegar on them.

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11/17/17 6:57 A

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@TURQUROISE

Where I was raised was very rural and getting to a doctor was nearly impossible. It has always surprised me that a lot of people don't know about treating bee stings with vinegar.

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11/15/17 6:33 P

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HAWKTHREE, I wish I had read your post last week when I got bite. I just got back from the doctor where they drained the bite. yuk.



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8/16/17 3:34 P

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I read in a Thomas Keller cookbook (Ad Hoc) to think of vinegar and other acids as a seasoning, just like salt. This changed so many dishes for me, especially my pureed vegetable soups. When something tastes *meh* but has enough salt, pepper, herbs etc, sometimes adding a splash of vinegar is a miracle worker

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8/15/17 7:20 A

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Vinegar (white or apple cider) is great on bee / wasp / hornet stings. It neutralizes the sting venom nearly immediately and thereby removes the pain.

In cooking, I like to sprinkle it a bit on fish that is smelly before cooking it.

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6/10/17 3:11 A

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I brew my own Kombucha. But it all works great.



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5/17/17 2:07 P

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Thank you.

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5/17/17 11:32 A

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I like to use it in vinagrettes that just need a little less bite. Apple cider vinegar is a nice substitute for white vinegar. Or when you need just a little more "tang" that balsamic vinegar will give you.. I probably use more apple cider vinegar to cook with than any other type vinegar. I find it milder and more amiable with a wide variety of flavors.

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5/16/17 9:24 P

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How is Apple cider vinegar used?

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