Time and time again, when I worked for the Vitamin Shoppe, people would come in and ask for Bragg's. At first I had no clue what it was until my assistant manager educated me on it and directed me to the lovely Google machine I carry in my pocket. Over the last few years I have come to love this form of apples and notice the difference when I am not consuming it.
Vinegar has long been used for many household chores, and in cooking and baking recipes. But this one in particular is much better consumed as a drink. While you can most certainly use Bragg's for a large variety of things from making homemade sauces to baking it into a cake. I want to tell you about the reasons I love apple cider vinegar and why Warrior Eats uses it so often in many of our recipes.
BENEFITS OF CONSUMING APPLE CIDER VINEGAR DAILY
How is all this possible from a little... well... juice? Apple cider vinegar looks brown and quite murky. I have seen people be turned off by this, owing to how that is generally an indication that something is bad, but that isn't the case here. The murky, brownish, floating strands you see floating in your ACV is called "The Mother", and it comes from the fermentation process. To get ACV from apples the process used is the same one for kombucha, and even wine. These are live strains and strands of yeast, probiotics and enzymes that form when going through the fermentation process. Don't be scared to find a really murky one, this is an indication that you have a great bottle of ACV.
So the next time you may be feeling a bit under the weather or maybe you just want to make sure you're good after that 3rd slice of pizza, don't forget to reach for the Bragg's!
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