🍎 Apple cider vinegar has been used for years, however its recently risen in popularity as its health benefits have become more widely known. Apple cider vinegar is made with apples that are cut or crushed and are combined with yeast, which turns the sugar from the apples into alcohol. But don’t start making ACV cocktails just yet! After the yeast is added, bacteria are added to ferment the alcohol, turning it into acetic acid. This two-step fermentation process can take about a month.
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