6 Vinegars You Should Know About

Find out which ones are worth a try.

6 Vinegars You Should Know About

Along with apple cider vinegar, which has been in the spotlight lately thanks to its ability to detox both your gut and your skin, it turns out there are many other options that offer tons of health benefits and can be used in many different ways. If you are looking to expand your repertoire this season, read on to learn about the various vinegars you can choose from. Used in cooking, beauty, household cleaning, and more, you can get creative trying out each one to find your favorite.

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White Wine Vinegar

Because of the fermented alcohol, white wine vinegar is a great less acidic alternative to traditional vinegar for cooking. It has also been shown to help regulate blood sugar and even provide short-term appetite control. Because of these results, white wine vinegar may also improve heart health, but the support for this is mostly anecdotal. Beyond health benefits, this vinegar can also work as a natural herbicide and disinfectant for cleaning inside and gardening outside without contributing to pollution.

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