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Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar

By Lucy Rose Clinic

July 7, 2021

We love the stories from people using ACV – apple cider vinegar.From banished belly bloating, to clearer skin, to weight loss – ACV has gained a strong following in the health-minded community for good reason – it’s effective and CHEAP!

Other uses include:🍎 Rinse hair to get rid of dandruff🍎 Cures hiccups🍎 Use as deodorant🍎 Relieves minor sunburn🍎 Can cure candida flares🍎 Treats nail fungus🍎 Healthy salad dressing base

Makes 500ml approx.


  • 3 apples organic – core and peel included, no stem
  • 3 tsp raw sugar
  • 2 cups filtered water or enough to cover apples


  • Wash and chop your apples into medium sized pieces (or use the peels and cores of 6-7small apples after making a pie). Place them in a clean, rinsed and sterilised wide mouth jar.
  • Mix the sugar with 1 cup of water and pour on top of the apples.
  • Add more water as needed until the apples are just covered. Amount varies on size of apples used.
  • Cover the jar with a paper towel or a cheesecloth and secure it with a band.
  • Place the jar in a warm, dark place for 2-3 weeks – like your pantry.
  • Strain out the liquid and discard the apple pieces.
  • Return the liquid to the same jar and cover it again (same paper or cheesecloth).
  • Return the jar to the same place and leave it to ferment for roughly 4 to 6 weeks, stirring with a plastic or wooden spoon every few days or so.
  • After the first 4 weeks, you can begin to also taste your vinegar and once it reaches anacidity you like, you can transfer it to a bottle with a lid and start using it.


Calories: 1kcal Carbohydrates: 1g Protein: 1g Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 1g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monounsaturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 1mg Potassium: 1mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 1g Vitamin A: 1IU Vitamin C: 1mg Calcium: 1mg Iron: 1mg 

Need a hand finding the right fuel for your body? Why not pick up a free call with our Health Team – nutrition is one of their favourite topics, so they’ll have lots of tips to help you out in the kitchen!

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