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Looking for a delicious, inexpensive way to boost your mineral intake? Try making some herbal vinegars. While minerals like calcium are not easily extracted in water, they dissolve quite easily into vinegar. For centuries, wise women have used apple cider vinegar combined with mineral-rich herbs, in place of calcium supplements to help build stronger bones. (It is said that a tablespoon of herbal infused vinegar has as much calcium as a glass of milk!). "Adding vinegar to your food actually helps build bones because it frees up minerals from the vegetables you eat. Adding a splash of vinegar to cooked greens is a classic trick of old ladies who want to be spry and flexible when they're ancient old ladies. In fact, a spoonful of vinegar on your broccoli or kale or dandelion greens increases the calcium you get by one-third." -- Susun Weed
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Servings Per Recipe: 10
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