Eat Wholesome - Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar with the Mother, 1L Multiple FlavoursBrand - Eat Wholesome
Eat Wholesome’s Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is an award-winning, artisan-made vinegar, praised for its naturally sour and mildly fruity flavour.Add a bit of tang to all of your vegan salads with the Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar with the Mother, Ginger and Turmeric from Eat Wholesome
- 2018 Great Taste Awardee, 2 Stars
- Made with handpicked apples from Italy
- No synthetic acids
- Non-GMO, organic, gluten-free, naturally fermented, unpasteurised, and unfiltered
- Non-BPA glass packaging
Looking for natural, great-tasting vinegar? Eat Wholesome’s Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is made with handpicked, cold-pressed apples from Naples, naturally fermented and unpasteurised. It is unfiltered, bottled with The Mother and nothing else. That’s as natural as vinegar can get.
This apple cider vinegar is delicately sour, perfect for salads, cocktails and marinades. Mix with other condiments or jams to create unique sauces and add complexity to any dish. Add to juice, sparkling water, or just plain cold water with honey for a tangy refreshing drink. May also be added to tea and taken as a tonic.
Eat Wholesome’s Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is high-quality vinegar that is highly acclaimed for its balanced flavour.
Don’t just take our word for it. Believe it when the Guild of Fine Food decides this apple cider vinegar is so good it’s worth a Great Taste Award. Better yet, grab one and decide for yourself.
Organic apple cider vinegar with the mother, diluted to 5% acidity,Apple Cider Vinegar (96%), Ginger (2%), Turmeric (1%), Natural Chilli Flavour, Organic.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is The Mother and is it edible?
The mother is a cluster of acetic acid bacteria that develops during fermentation. It is harmless to humans and adds texture and a bolder flavour to apple cider vinegar, which is why some people prefer the unfiltered variety. While considered safe to ingest, women are advised to avoid it while trying to conceive or during pregnancy.
Fun fact: it may be used as a vinegar starter to create a new batch of apple cider vinegar.