Organic raw apple cider vinegar(With the mother)500ml £7.29 @amazon

Organic raw apple cider vinegar(With the mother)500ml £7.29 @amazon

Found 8th Jan 2013
Gert Naturals Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is full of zesty natural goodness and contains the amazing 'Mother' of vinegar which occurs naturally and is full of living bacteria and active enzymes - these are essential to the chemistry that works with the human body. What are the Benefits of Gert Naturals Apple Cider Vinegar ? Natural Apple Cider Vinegar is a wonderful natural cure for a number of ailments which usually require antibiotics and other medications that have a number of side effects. In particular, Apple Cider Vinegar has been known to: - Reduce sinus infections and sore throats - Balance high cholesterol - Cure skin conditions such as acne - Protect against food poisoning - Fight allergies in both humans and animals - Prevent muscle fatigue after exercise - Strengthen the immune system - Increase stamina - Increase metabolism which promotes weight loss - Improve digestion and cure constipation - Alleviate symptoms of arthritis and gout - Prevents bladder stones and urinary tract infections
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Not everyone I know but if you have no idea what this does please don't dismiss this.
This has good reviews and is a cheaper alternative to "Braggs"
I use this everyday I usually buy Braggs but might give this a try... thanks
What's the difference from normal Organic Apple Cider Vinegar to this expensive brand?
"Mother of vinegar[1] - also called Mycoderma aceti (a New Latin expression, from the Greek μὑκης (fungus) plus δἐρμα (skin), and the Latin aceti (of the acid)[2] - is a substance composed of a form of cellulose and acetic acid bacteria that develops on fermenting alcoholic liquids, which turns alcohol into acetic acid with the help of oxygen from the air. It is added to wine, cider, or other alcoholic liquids to produce vinegar.
Mother of vinegar can also form in store-bought vinegar if there is some non-fermented sugar and/or alcohol contained in the vinegar. This is more common in unpasteurized vinegar. While not appetizing in appearance, mother of vinegar is completely harmless and the surrounding vinegar does not have to be discarded because of it. It can be filtered out using a coffee filter, used to start a bottle of vinegar, or simply left in and ignored." Source Wiki.
" Apple cider vinegar, otherwise known as cider vinegar or ACV, is a type of vinegar made from cider or apple must and has a pale to medium amber color. Unpasteurized or organic ACV contains mother of vinegar, which has a cobweb-like appearance and can make the vinegar look slightly congealed." Source Wiki.

What's the difference? 8 pound for a bottle of cider vinegar!? They cost around a pound in ASDA.
I use the braggs one but I forget to take it sometimes but having said that my sinuses are a lot clearer and my hayfever induced asthma has all but gone.

Biona Organic Cider Vinegar Unfiltered with mother 750ml for 2.39@ ocado. Why would I pay 8 pound for the same product with less!?

Biona Organic Cider=
Organic Biona cider vinegar is made from fresh, cold pressed organic apple juice. Oak matured, unpasteurised and unfiltered, this vinegar is ideal for salad dressings and sauces. This product is made "with the mother" which means that it still has the enzymes in it they create healing abilities. Vegetarian friendly.
Unpasteurised, unfiltered oak matured
Suitable for salad dressing and sauces
Suitable for vegans
Biona cider vinegar is made from fresh, cold pressed organic apple juice. To protect the valuable enzymes, aroma and full fruity flavour, our vinegar is not heat treated or pasteurised. Any natural cloudiness or sediments do not affect the quality of this product.
We create well made food
Organic Certification: DE-001-Öko-Kontrollstelle
Organic Farming
Organic Food Federation
Certified Organic

Edited by: "Backriver000" 8th Jan 2013
raw unfiltered and not pasteurised. supposedly where it retains its 'special' properties, different from the supermarket cooking stuff.
been meaning to buy some for the dogs from the farm shop (wynnstay) £7 for 1ltr i think.
Edited by: "creon78" 8th Jan 2013
How does this compare to (unpasteurised) scrumpy?


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