Also called Cider Vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar is vinegar made from fermented apple juice.
First the juice is extracted from apples and then it’s fermented.
Then the fermented juice is converted into vinegar using acetic acid forming bacteria (acetobacter).
Apple cider has no nutritional value. It’s 94% water, with 1% carbohydrates and no fat or protein. It contains 5% acetic acid by volume. (WIKI)
There is little or no scientific evidence that regular consumption of apple cider vinegar helps in weight lose (Mayo Clinic) or that it can be used to manage blood glucose levels or lipid disorders (Drugs.com)
What is Apple Cider Vinegar used for?
It’s used for salad dressings, marinades, vinaigrettes, chutneys and sauces.