Spectrum Naturals, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Unpasteurized, Unfiltered, 32 fl oz (946 ml) (Discontinued Item)
- From Certified Organic Apples
- USDA Organic
- Certified Organic by QAI
The 'Mother' of vinegar—translucent shapes or veil-like film sometimes found floating in the bottle—is made up of beneficial microorganisms that turn alcohol to vinegar. The Mother is merely the sign of genuine natural (unpasteurized) vinegar.
As irresistible as the brisk, crisp taste of our Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar may be at first sip, its beauty is more than bottle deep. Unfiltered apple cider vinegar like ours has been used for millennia-by the Egyptians, the Romans, and probably your own grandma-to add a bit of zest to favorite dishes.
Shake it up with any of Spectrum's organic extra virgin olive oils for a quick, tangy vinaigrette or splash it into sautes and braises for a bracing flavor boost.
Organic raw unpasteurized apple cider vinegar with naturally occurring Mother of vinegar. Diluted with water to 5% acidity.
|Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (15 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 64|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||0 mg||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||1 g||0%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
I bought this one and 16oz Bragg on my last order. iHerb always has better price than my local store. Without the 32oz Bragg in stock, I tried this one out 1st time. It tastes slightly less strong to my mouth. Without a precision instrument, it is impossible to test the pH value out (to compare to the other brand. My good news is that the belly fat starts to melt away in the 3rd week. Without exercise. Now in my 4th week, I can feel the belly 'less solid'. As a food supplement, size(volume) does matter. That's why I am writing this review, it allows me to drink a little bit more. There are many reviewers praising the power of vinegar drink already, and I am sure there are some better or more effective ways to consume vinegar, so drink as you pleased. This is my 2nd trial of vinegar, my 1st trial years ago wasn't quite successful. And I now know the reason. Make sure DO NOT skip any meal. In fact I am eating regularly and have more appetite. And yet the waistline is slimming ! The fat 'needs' energy to melt. This is my take. No, it doesn't taste good, but IT WORKS !
Posted by Reviewer2790222 on Feb 18, 2015
I love this! It has helped me a lot.. I use it as a toner to y face and I drink it every morning with water. But the vinegar is always "out of stock". The BRAGG vinegar also.. why is that?
Just as good as the more expensive brand's
Posted by nosila on Jan 13, 2015
I use this for my hair, my skin, my health & cooking. It's just as good as any other I have tried & it's got a great price. Will continue to buy...
Fruity and useful ACV
Posted by 5223273244529273216 on Jan 05, 2015
Spectrum Naturals ACV is very economical compared to other brands. Spectrum doesn't sacrifice quality either. Compared to Bragg, there is definitely less "mother," but for my purposes, this is actually rather nice. It also seems to me that this is a little fruitier than other ACVs I've tried.
Posted by 5198507438601989301 on Dec 22, 2014
Not only good for cooking, but also unbelievably effective for illnesses and such. My husband has sinus problems and on a day that he wakes up totally stuffed up this works like magic.
Wow, the smell is ummmm...strong
Posted by 5250129146369504341 on Nov 17, 2014
I have read endless positive articles and blogs about using Apple Cider Vinegar as a hair rinse in place of conditioner, so I really wanted to try it. I am sensitive to smells, plus I worked with apples in the agricultural science industry for awhile. Let me just say that it almost makes me gag every time I pour some out and even after diluting, when I pour it onto my hair. It smells like someone threw up rotten apples. I don't know if that's how Apple cider vinegar always smells, but it's almost too horrible for me, I can't imagine actually drinking it. Also, I have been using a non-cider Apple vinegar that I can find in stores here in South Korea (can't find apple cider vinegar) to rinse my hair, and I have to say, it does just as good a job as the apple cider vinegar with just an apple vinegar smell and not a 'rotten' apple vinegar smell, so I will stick with that.