How to make Apple Cider Vinegar

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Apple cider vinegar is super easy to make, and so delicious! It’s not like the stuff purchased.

You will need a clean large glass jar.
Fill jar ¾ full with clean diced apples.

Add 2/3 tbsp. sugar per gallon.
Submerge to cover apples with water.
You might need to add a bit of weight to help keep apples beneath water.

Cover jar with a clean piece of muslin cloth.
Store in hot water cupboard.

In 3 days time, bubbles will occur meaning fermentation.
Check every few days ensure apples remain submerged.

After about 4 weeks’ strain.
Use cheese cloth to squeeze out all juice.
Pour liquid back into clean jar and cover with cloth and leave to ferment another 2 to 3 weeks. Stirring every couple of days.

Once it has reached desired taste, bottle and use as desired!

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MrMATRIX says:

I watched a program called Victorian Farm on BBC they pickled apples, I thought it was interesting. I think pickled apples would go great with cheese and meat. I have an apple orchard nearby where I live in Colts Neck, New Jersey. I can't wait for the cool weather. I also want to have a go at the Apple cider vinegar.. much love

Karen Rolling says:

thanks for your video. just for clarification… you say in the video 2/3 cup of sugar…but in your written recipe you say 2/3 tsp please which is it. thank you

Fisch Liebe says:

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Lois Francis says:

I will be making my own this cost a fortune where I live bout 8 to 10 dollars for a small bottle. A Great Big Thank you from me.

Rebecca Hefner says:

I love apple cider vinegar. I've got to try this one. It's a little pricey in the US for unfiltered apple cider vinegar.

Inge Mankel says:

Astar, thanks for sharing, I've always wanted to make apple vinegar myself, but I didn't know how to. I couldn't image it's soooo easy, thank you so so much!!

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