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Cider Vinegar
Preserves

Cider treated with a cultured bacteria to produce an acid condiment.

As well as use in cooking, cider vinegar has long been held, with little or no evidence, to have near-miraculous healing powers, especially in cases of rheumatoid arthritis. It has even been promoted as a way of preventing cholera:


Hereford Times - Saturday 19 January 1856



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