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Apple Cider Vinegar: A Prepper’s Best-Kept Secret


A Prepper is a person who takes Personal Responsibility and Self Reliance seriously.  Preparedness is an important part of life for a serious Prepper. Apple cider vinegar is a prepping essential. It has many uses in a survival scenario that even the word “versatile” doesn’t even begin to describe it. But if you still doubt about what you’ll get out of apple cider vinegar then, here are the big reasons why it is in every prepper’s pantry.


It’s Useful In The Kitchen


With the use of apple cider vinegar, you can enjoy better food preparation. It can enhance how you tenderize and marinate meat, hard boil eggs, wash fruits and vegetables, and scale fish. The inclusion of it can do wonders in homemade mayonnaise, salad dressing, chutney, and buttermilk pancakes. It can also be an efficient food preservative. Use apple cider vinegar to pickle peppers, eggs, beets, cucumbers, beets, peppers, cabbages, beans, and so much more.


It Helps You Feel Good Inside…


Regularly drinking a bit of apple cider vinegar will greatly benefit your health. Diluting one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in eight ounces of water is said to regulate blood sugar, improve gut health, support weight loss goals, and support heart health. Aside from this, it can also provide relief from certain ailments like colds, aching muscles, dry throat, coughs, and it can even whiten teeth.


…And Out.


Apple cider vinegar is considered to be your skin and hair's best friend.

A blend of one part apple cider vinegar and two parts water can serve as both a makeup remover and facial wash while a combination of equal parts water and apple cider vinegar does well as a skin toner. Additionally, it can be a great remedy for sunburn, acne, insect bites and stings. By adding a bit of apple cider vinegar to warm water and using it like conditioner you can improve your hair’s appearance.


It Keeps Your Home Clean


Due to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, there’s little that apple cider vinegar won’t clean. A half cup will sanitize your baby’s cloth diaper and give your jewelry a brilliant new shine. A cup will spruce up your dishwasher, countertop, bathroom, drain, air conditioner, and humidifier. You can also use it on your laundry as a rinsing agent, laundry whitener, or fabric softener. As compared to most commercial chemical cleaners, apple cider vinegar is more effective.


It’s Good For Your Pets And Against Pests, Too.


It can be used as a dog shampoo. Simply combine one-part apple cider vinegar, one-part baby shampoo, and one-part water for homemade dog shampoo worthy of your precious pup. You can also use this baby shampoo as a spray to keep mosquitos, fleas, and ants at bay. If flies are your problem, then simply cover a bowl of apple cider vinegar with plastic wrap and create holes using a toothpick to make a fly trap.

Choose the raw and unfiltered variety of apple cider vinegar to get the most out of it. This type has what’s known as the “mother,” which is the colony of bacteria that gives apple cider vinegar the majority of its benefits.


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