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How to Make ACV Taste Good


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If you're familiar with the current health trend that involves taking apple cider vinegar (ACV) for a variety of health benefits, you may have noticed that the taste of ACV is not the best. You're probably wondering how to make ACV taste better. While there are many ways you can make liquid ACV taste better, and we'll discuss those below, the best way to make ACV taste better is to take it in gummy format.

Nutratrek's Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies have a delicious natural apple flavor that completely masks the flavor of the ACV contained within. Not only that, but they're vegan-friendly and certified non-GMO products, so you can feel good about taking them. We even keep the price affordable because we want everyone to be able to enjoy our delicious apple cider vinegar gummies. Compare our prices to two other leading providers of ACV gummies:




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How to Mask the Taste of Liquid ACV

If you feel like taking liquid apple cider vinegar is preferable, there are ways to mask the flavor. One of the best ways is to make an apple cider vinaigrette salad dressing with it. Simply mix the following ingredients in a bottle that you can shake vigorously before drizzling the dressing on your salad.

  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons apple juice
  • ¾ teaspoons salt
  • Cracked black pepper to taste
  • 6 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

Any time you choose to drink liquid apple cider vinegar, it's important to dilute it with water. Taking “ACV shots” is not recommended because of ACV's high degree of acidity, which can wear away the enamel of your teeth or cause damage to your throat or stomach lining.

To improve the taste of diluted ACV, you can add a natural sweetener. If you add one tablespoon of ACV to an eight-ounce glass of water, you can sweeten it with one tablespoon of raw honey. Not only does that taste good, but raw honey contains antioxidants, potassium, and vitamin B6, adding to the health benefits of ACV.

You could also choose to add one tablespoon of pure maple syrup. Select the darker, grade B maple syrup and you will also benefit from the antioxidants, calcium, potassium, and zinc it contains.

Another way to mask the flavor of ACV is to add it to a tasty and nutritious smoothie. Simply add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to your delicious smoothie, and the taste of the smoothie should mask most, if not all, of the flavor of the ACV.

Another way to improve on the flavor of apple cider vinegar is to add lemon juice to it. You can choose freshly squeezed lemon juice or a lemon juice concentrate — either one will add additional flavor to the ACV. Other people like to add sea salt to their diluted ACV, and some like adding cinnamon.

What's the best way to make ACV taste good?

If you want all the benefits of apple cider vinegar without any of the bitter taste, you should choose Nutratrek's Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies. Not only are our gummies delicious, but they are enriched with vitamins B6 and B12 along with folic acid, pomegranate juice powder, and beet juice powder, which gives extra health benefits beyond those of the ACV itself. Our gummies are made using certified Good Manufacturing Practices in an FDA-registered facility, so you can be sure they are as safe and healthy as possible.

If you're committed to receiving the healing properties of ACV but can't stand the bitter taste, order the best, most delicious ACV gummies online today. Your taste buds will thank you!


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