The second method uses organic, whole apples. You will need two glass bowls, a cheesecloth piece and ten whole, fully ripe apples with high-sugar content. Usually this includes Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Jonagold, Fuji and Gala. The apples should be blemish-free and worm-free. Cut the apples into quarters and let them air. Once they turn brown, put them into the bowl and pour water to cover them; and use the cheesecloth piece to cover the bowl. Leave the bowl in a dark and warm place for six months. After the six months is up, you will notice a scum on the liquid’s surface. This is totally normal. Strain the vinegar through a paper coffee filter into another, larger bowl and let it sit for another five or six weeks. So, there you have your homemade, healthy apple cider vinegar.
Make Your Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar Taste Good
Apple cider vinegars are unfiltered, organic and raw (unpasteurized). Buying apple cider vinegar is convenient and simple. Many people, however, cannot stand the vinegar’s taste. Fortunately, you can make your apple cider vinegar that tastes good. You will need two teaspoons of raw honey, four ounces apple cider vinegar and six ounces 100% pure, cold apple juice. Pour the raw honey into a ten ounce cup and warm it in a microwave for about half a minute. Then, add the apple cider vinegar to the honey, stir well so that the honey will be completely mixed with the vinegar and pour the cold apple juice into the cup.