Vinegar is a liquid produced from the fermentation of ethanol in a process that yields its key ingredient, acetic acid. Ninety percent of American Households buy vinegar. The 4 major vinegar uses are for salads, as cooking ingredients, pickling and home canning.
Anyways, I just thought that everyone should know about the usefulness of vinegar other than for the 4 things mentioned above. I’ve put together 75 other things with pictures about everything else that you can do with it. I’d personally suggest using high quality white or organic apple cider vinegar like Heinz’s when trying the below methods. I’d recommend using organic ACV for drinking and topical applications, and white vinegar for the rest.The difference is that white vinegar is made from acetous fermentation of alcohol and apple cider vinegar is made from cider or apple must.
For ingestion or applying externally on your body, get the organic one with the ‘mother’. It’s unpasteurized and contains all the good bacteria your body needs. The BRAGG bottle below is an example.
Some of odyb.net blog readers’ reported successes :
- Mike – Stripped the varnish off his old hardwood floors.
- Floorman – Healed the candita yeast he lived with for years.
- Jenn – sprayed undiluted white vinegar onto the grout in her shower and scrubbed. The orange pre-mold and black mold came right off.
- Brent – Tried over 30 uses mentioned below.