Apple Cider Vinegar Cocktail
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- Ready In:
- 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar (Bragg's Organic Apple Cider Vinegar)
- 8 ounces water
- 1 (1 g) packet Splenda sugar substitute (if you are not watching your sugar you can use 1 tablespoon all natural honey instead of sugar)
- Mix well and drink. You can serve it on ice, warm it up and drink it like a cider or just drink it straight out of the glass.
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Please dont ever forget to add cinnamon stick or a shake of cinnamon powder!! It always makes apple cider (any apple anything) taste 1000x better and has its own medicinal benefits for diabetics and reducing inflammation itself. 1-2 cloves also is a perfect touch to bring in a warm flavor. Make a batch, keep it in the fridge, pour a glass warm in the microwave and have an easy cup of hot apple cider vinegar every evening.. Life is good. and gets better with this!
I love the taste of this and since it is supposedly very healthy, I will drink it sometimes. I did not add ice as it is better for the body that it's not cold. I do stress the teeth brushing after as it does wear down tooth enamel. I used a good organic apple cider vinegar from the health food store and chose the honey option as it is healthier for us at least. I will make this again.
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