5 Unheard of Uses For Apple Cider Vinegar

5 Unheard of Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

5 Unheard of Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

Vinegar truly is a jack of all trades. You can use it for cleaning, you can add it to your cooking, you name it and you can do it with vinegar! I keep vinegar in my pantry at all times. I especially love apple cider vinegar! It is the unsung hero of the house.

Below you will find 5 ideas for apple cider vinegar that you’ve probably never heard of before. Make sure you comment and tell us what your favorite uses for apple cider vinegar are!

Improve Your Dog’s Health

Feeding your dog a little bit of apple cider vinegar will relieve him of any flea problems and will make his coat shine.

Marinate Your Meat

Add a little apple cider vinegar in with some meat and seasonings that you are marinating to help tenderizer the meat and make it very soft when cooked or grilled.

Relieve a Sore Throat

Gargle with apple cider vinegar to help relieve a sore throat. It won’t taste the best but it will be very effective and help kill any bacteria if you have an infection. You can always add a little honey to make it taste better.

Soak Sore Muscles

After you exercise, your muscles build up lactic acid which makes them feel sore. Mix a little bit of apple cider vinegar in with warm water and soak the effected muscles for about 20 minutes to draw out the lactic acid. Your muscles will feel much better!

Clean Paintbrushes

Forgot to wash out a paintbrush when you were done with it? No problem! On the stovetop, boil a little apple cider vinegar, once you’ve got a rolling boil, put your paintbrushes in the vinegar and swish them around until the paint comes out. You’ll want to use a saucepan that you don’t use for cooking for this task.

What are your favorite uses for apple cider vinegar? Have you tried any of these ideas yet?


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