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How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar From Scraps

By on March 8, 2015

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Preparing fruits to use as an ingredient for a meal or as a snack usually means throwing away all the scraps that are left over. You can use some of the scraps from certain foods to repurpose for other products used in your kitchen. One of these is apple cider vinegar. If you save apple scraps from peeling apples, then you can easily make a homemade vinegar.

There are many ways you can make apple cider vinegar at home, but some may be complicated. Using a method that uses scraps from apples is quick and will prevent wasting good material. You may make an apple cider vinegar from both apple peels and apple cores. If you have apples as filling for a pie, then you have a plentiful supply of apple scraps.

Sugar will be a crucial ingredient used to make your apple cider vinegar. The sugar is necessary to make the vinegar, as it will feed the reaction with compounds in the apples. This is the reason the total time for the vinegar to develop is about four weeks. It’s easy to tell if you’ve done everything correctly, as the proper smell will let you know.

The process used to make vinegar is simple fermentation. A few supplies will be needed for this project. The most important item is a jar used for adding the ingredients to make the vinegar. A glass jar will be necessary as a plastic container may have impurities embedded in the pores of the material and cleanliness of the fermentation vessel is very important when fermenting foods.

The two primary things that will determine the amount of vinegar you can make are the size of your fermentation vessel and the amount of apple scraps you have handy.

Instructions to make homemade apple cider vinegar are found on theprairiehomestead.com here…

How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar From Scraps


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