And because it's apple season why not make your own organic apple cider vinegar. Here is how:
1. 5 organic apples- can use the whole apple or just scraps (cores and peels);
2. 3 tbs. raw sugar;
3. filtered water;
4. a wide-mouth jar and a cheesecloth.
If using whole apples cut them in slices and let to turn brown; same with scraps. Put the apples in the jar, mix with sugar and pour water to cover the apples.
Cover the jar with a clean cheesecloth and put it in a dark, warm place -like your pantry for 4 to 6 weeks weeks, stirring every few days.
After 4 weeks you can taste it and if the acidity is to your liking then pour the liquid in a bottle with lid; if not you can leave it for another 2 or 3 more weeks.
The vinegar will be cloudy and with some sediments. If you prefer you can strain it using a paper coffee filter for a clearer vinegar.
Enjoy your homemade organic apple cider vinegar!