Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar, commonly referred to as ACV, is a vinegar made from fermented apple juice. As a result of fermentation, acetic acid is formed giving apple cider vinegar its sour taste. Many enjoy the vinegar in its liquid form as a condiment, as a salad dressing, and in cooking. The dehydrated form of the vinegar available in capsules provides a convenient way to consume apple cider vinegar without the acidic flavour. The vinegar can also be consumed in the form of gummies.
In New Zealand, apple cider vinegar is a popular supplement taken as chewable gummies or in capsule form.