10 Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar Benefits

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Rose hip vinegar

Put 20 or 30 rose hips in a jar or flask and cover with apple cider vinegar. If you want to speed up the process, slit the skins of the hips with a sharp knife before putting them in the vinegar. Leave on a sunny window sill for about a month, then strain and bottle. Uses For sore throats, mix a tablespoonful with a little warm water, gargle, and then swallow. For colds, make a drink using a tablespoon of rose hip vinegar in a mug of hot water, sweetened to taste with honey or use in salad dressings.

Prehistory And Archeology

It would be misleading to think of early wines and beers as similar to the drinks we know today. In a rough sense, the distinction between them is that a wine is generally derived from fruits or berries, whereas a beer or ale comes from grain or a grain-based bread. Until as recently as A.D. 1700, both were often relatively dark, dense with sediments, and extremely uneven in quality. Usually handcrafted in small batches, home-brewed beers tend to be highly nutritious but to last only a few days before going sour (i.e., before all the fermenting sugars and alcohol are depleted and become vinegar). By contrast, homemade wines have relatively little in the way of vitamins or minerals but can last a long time if adequately sealed.

Main uses in food processing and medicine 1441 General

Oregano is used in meat, sausages, salads, stewings, dressings and soups. The food industry uses oregano oil and oregano resin both in foods and in beverages and also in cosmetics. Oregano oil is used in alcoholic beverages, baked goods, meats and meat products, condiments and relishes, milk products, processed vegetables, snack foods, and fats and oils. It is the most common spice for pizza. Along with black pepper, it is a common ingredient of dressings and a good substitute for table salt. Marjoram, too, is used in many foods and beverages in food industry meat sauces, canned foods, vinegar, vermouths and bitters are often seasoned with marjoram. It increases aroma in such vegetable dishes as pea soup and other pea dishes, squash and stews made from mixed vegetables, mushrooms and asparagus.

Applications To Health Promotion And Disease Prevention

Health-wise, all the parts of the tree are said to have medicinal properties. The pulp and seeds are used as a tonic, the warmed leaves have healing properties if applied to wounds, and the latex, mixed with vinegar, promotes healing of abscesses, snake bites, and glandular swellings. The wood has a sedative effect, and its pith is said to cause abortion. The root is used as a remedy against skin diseases and asthma, and its extract is taken in cases of fever and diarrhea (Fang et al., 2008). Jackfruit cotyledons are fairly rich in starch and protein (Singh etal., 1991).

Indications Caper Bush

Young pickled buds, the capers of commerce, imparted the biblical desire or relish to food. Mediterranean capers are gathered and steeped in vinegar for an appetizer. Flower buds used to flavor canapes, gravies, salads, and sauces, after being cooked and pickled. Raw capers are all but unpalatable and much improved in the pickling process. Bay leaves, black pepper, and or tarragon are good in the pickling vinegar. Some favor capers pickled in sea salt. Some French sauces graced with capers include ravigote, remoulade, tartare, and some vinaigrettes. Sprouts sometimes eaten like asparagus, as well as the buds and shoots. Pickled fruits eaten in Arabia, in Cyprus, and Punjab branch tips are also pickled (FAC HOS TAD TAN).

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Sorghum Bicolor Stalk

Now there was set a vessel full of vinegar and they filled a sponge with vinegar, and put it upon hyssop, and put it to his mouth. A bowl full of vinegar stood there so they put a sponge full of the vinegar on hyssop and held it to his mouth. While I suspect the odds are with Zohary, who identifies this biblical quote with Syrian hyssop (Origanum syriacum), I find it easier to visualize bunches of sorghum, much as mother used as dry floral arrangements in rural Alabama. That is, back when poor white southerners used sorghum syrup on their corn cakes and one uncle who grew the sorghum still had oxen. Yes, I can see evil guards mockingly offering a thirsty prisoner a vinegar-soaked head of sorghum. I am not the only one who offers this alternative for some of the hyssop passages in the Bible. Even Zohary admits that

Digestion Absorption and Elimination

Digestive System

The beef of the hamburger also contains fats, as does the oil in which the fries are prepared. Fats, also called lipids, may or may not be broken down to get them into the lining cells of the digestive tube. Different types of fats were described in Chapter 2. Cholesterol is absorbed whole, while triglycerides are broken apart every time they must enter or leave a cell. Triglycerides cannot pass through any cell membrane intact, but cholesterol can. Triglycerides are composed of a single glycerol and three fatty acid chains. The fatty acid chains can be either saturated or unsaturated. Saturated fatty acids contain the maximum number of hydrogen atoms, or are saturated with them, while unsaturated fats are missing two or more hydrogen atoms. Because the fatty acid chains are absorbed through the digestive tube as is, the body will build up a supply of triglycerides that contains whichever type of dietary fatty acids we ingest. If a person eats food high in saturated fatty acids, the...

What are antacids and how and when should they be used

To understand how antacids work, a short chemistry lesson is in order. There are acids (such as stomach acid, the acid in car batteries, or even foods like vinegar), and the opposite of these compounds are called bases (such as baking soda or strong bases such as Drano, which is used to clean pipes). Depending on the environment, which can be either acidic or basic. However, if you mix an acid and base in equal proportions, you can create a neutral environment. Thus, the antacid, a basic compound, works by neutralizing acid in the esophagus and stomach, making the refluxed fluid bland and no longer damaging. A classic example (and one you can try easily) is to take vinegar, an acid, and mix it with baking soda, a base. The result is a

Functional properties and toxicity

Nigella seed and oil are known to possess several pharmacological properties such as detergent, sedative, anti-inflammatory and expectorant. From ancient times, Nigella, because of its insect repellent properties, has been used as a seed spread in woollens and silk clothes to protect them from insects and used like moth balls. The presence of the carboxyl compound nigellone and non-carboxyl fractions are reported to protect guinea pigs against histamine-induced broncho-spasm and phenolic fractions obtained from seeds have been reported to be antibacterial. In Vitilago, Nigella powder is used as vinegar and applied on spots followed by exposure to sunlight. A decoction of seeds mixed with sesame oil is used externally in various skin eruptions. They are also used against scorpion sting. Preliminary clinical trials indicate Nigella's possible therapeutic use in some conditions of cough and bronchial-asthma. Alcoholic extracts of the seeds show antibacterial activity against Micrococcus...

Brillat Savarin Jean Anthelme 17551826

In his chapters on obesity and dieting, Brillat-Savarin positions himself as a lay expert. For him, obesity is a disease that makes the beautiful ugly, the strong weak, the intelligent dumb. It produces a distaste for dance, that most civilized of social interactions, creates the context for diseases such as apoplexy, dropsy, ulcers in the legs, and makes all diseases difficult to cure. Thus, no obesity is found among that class of persons who eat to live, instead of living to eat. But, it takes real courage either to lose weight or to keep from gaining it (Brillat-Savarin 1999 195). His approach is to avoid excess and the need to balance all qualities of food. Discretion in eating, moderation in sleeping, and exercise on foot or horseback, is his dieting course (Brillat-Savarin 1999 195). Yet, he recognizes that such a simple prescription is almost always met with objections by those who need to undertake it. Diet is the most important, for it acts without cease day and night...

Remedy For Achromotricia

None) with a hawthorn-like odour. acetic acid (ethanoic acid) One of the simplest organic acids, CH3COOH. It is the acid of vinegar and is formed, together with lactic acid, in pickled (fermented) foods. It is added to foods and sauces as a preservative. Acetobacter Genus of bacteria (family Bacteriaceae) that oxidise ethyl alcohol to acetic acid (secondary fermentation). Acetobacter pasteurianus (also known as Mycoderma aceti, Bacterium aceti or B. pasteuranum) is used in the manufacture of vinegar. acetoglycerides One or two of the long-chain fatty acids esteri-fied to glycerol in a triacylglycerol is replaced by acetic acid. There are three types diacetomonoglycerides (e.g. diace-tomonostearin) monoacetodiglycerides (e.g. monoacetodis-

Regulating Safety of Food Additives and Preservatives

Based on the 1958 Food Additives Amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act of 1938, the FDA must approve the use of all additives. The manufacturer bears the responsibility of proving that the additive is safe for its intended use. The Food Additives Amendment excluded additives and preservatives deemed safe for consumption prior to 1958, such as salt, sugar, spices, vitamins, vinegar, and monosodium glutamate. These substances are considered generally recognized as safe (GRAS) and may be used in any food, though the FDA may remove additives from the GRAS list if safety concerns arise. The 1960 Color Additives Amendment to the FD&C Act required the FDA to approve synthetic coloring agents used in

V4tablespoon Black Pepper

2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar Add the mustard and vinegar and cook until the vinegar is almost evaporated, about 1 minute. 2 ounces sherry vinegar 1 red bell pepper To make the salad Roast the beet until tender and dice. Plao the excess beet juice in sherry vinegar and cook to make a beet marinde. 1 tablespoon white vinegar Set a heavy zip-top food-storage bag in a large mixing bowl and place the chicken in the bag. Add the wine, oil, vinegar, basil, oregano or tarragon, onion powder, and garlic. Close the bag and turn it to coat the chicken well. Marinate for 5 24 hours in the refrigerator, turning occasionally. 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar In a large nonaluminum baking dish, combine the oil, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, and garlic. Add the steak turn to coat. Cover refrigerate for 30 minutes or overnight, turning once. cucumbers teaspoon minced garlic ounce extra-virgin olive oil ounce white vinegar 1 ounce chopped fresh dill V z ounces chopped fresh mint 1 4 teaspoon...

The carbohydrate tapering technique for maximum fat loss

Simply cut out the starches in your evening and late afternoon meals, leaving the green fibrous carbohydrates, lean proteins and essential fats. Examples of late day fibrous carbohydrate and lean protein meals include (1) broccoli and chicken breast with a 1 2 tbsp of flaxseed oil, (2) tuna fish in a green salad with olive oil & vinegar dressing, (3) Asparagus and salmon. When you drop the starchy carbohydrates from your last two

Chilled Pasta Salad with Edamame

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar 2 tablespoon Dijon mustard Place tofu in food processor and blend until smooth. Add garlic, mayonnaise, herb medley, nutritional yeast, vinegar, and mustard. Process to mix, add soymilk and aminos, and blend until smooth. Set aside. Place drained pasta in a large bowl and add onion, bell pepper, and carrots. Combine pasta mixture with tofu dressing and add edamame. Sprinkle with marjoram and chill thoroughly before serving.

Ascorbic Acid And Dehydroascorbate

Aspergillus A family of moulds, important in the spoiling of stored nuts and grains because A. flavus produces aflatoxins. A. oryzae is grown commercially as a source of takadiastase (fungal amylase). aspic jelly A clear jelly made from fish, chicken or meat stock, sometimes with added gelatine, flavoured with lemon, tarragon, vinegar, sherry, peppercorns and vegetables, used to glaze foods such as meat, fish and game. The name may be derived from the herb espic or spikenard. assize of bread English courts to prosecute bakers selling under-weight or over-priced bread (established 1266, repealed 1815).

General Dietary Influences

Although there is little overall variability in diets between whites and African Americans, there are many notable regional influences. Many regionally influenced cuisines emerged from the interactions of Native American, European, Caribbean, and African cultures. After emancipation, many slaves left the south and spread the influence of soul food to other parts of the United States. Barbecue is one example of African-influenced cuisine that is still widely popular throughout the United States. The Africans who came to colonial South Carolina from the West Indies brought with them what is today considered signature southern cookery, known as barbacoa, or barbecue. The original barbecue recipe's main ingredient was roasted pig, which was heavily seasoned in red pepper and vinegar. But because of regional differences in livestock availability, pork barbecue became popular in the eastern United States, while beef barbecue became popular in the west of the country.

The origin of neardeath studies

What I felt in five to ten seconds could not be described in ten times that length of time. All my thoughts and ideas were coherent and very clear, and in no way susceptible, as are dreams, to obliteration. First of all I took in the possibilities of my fate and said to myself 'The crag point over which I will soon be thrown evidently falls off below me as a steep wall since I have not been able to see the ground at the base of it. It matters a great deal whether or not snow is still lying at the base of the cliff wall. If this is the case, the snow will have melted from the wall and formed a border around the base. If I fall on the border of snow I may come out of this with my life, but if there is no more snow down there, I am certain to fall on rubble and at this velocity death will be quite inevitable. If, when I strike, I am not dead or unconscious I must instantly seize my small flask of spirits of vinegar and put some drops from it on my tongue. I do not want to let go of my...

Administration And Dosage

Patients should take disulfiram only under careful medical and nursing supervision. They should be warned that as long as they are taking the drug, ingesting alcohol in any form will make them sick and may endanger their life. Patients should be taught to recognize and avoid disguised forms of alcohol such as cough syrups, mouthwashes, some sauces, fermented vinegar, and even aftershave lotion or rubbing alcohol. In addition, patients should be taught to recognize the signs of disturbed liver function (jaundiced eyeballs or skin, nausea or pain in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen, dark urine, clay-colored stool) and report them at once to their doctor.

Uses of Additives and Preservatives in Foods

Antimicrobial agents, which prevent spoilage of food by mold or microorganisms. These include not only vinegar and salt, but also compounds such as calcium propionate and sorbic acid, which are used in products such as baked goods, salad dressings, cheeses, margarines, and pickled foods. 8. Thickening and stabilizing agents, which function to alter the texture of a food. Examples include the emulsifier lecithin, which, keeps oil and vinegar blended in salad dressings, and carrageen, which is used as a thickener in ice creams and low-calorie jellies.

Digestive disorders

Symptoms Indigestion, with belching, nausea, and possibly vomiting of bile. The abdomen feels either bloated or empty, and stomach ulcers may have formed. Diarrhea alternates with constipation. The tongue has a thick, white coating, and there may be a headache. The digestion is highly sensitive, yet there may be cravings for sour foods that aggravate it, such as pickles, vinegar, and wine. Overindulgence and pregnancy often trigger the symptoms. The remedy is given to babies who vomit breast milk and will not suckle, or to their mothers.

Introduction and description

Most mustard was prepared in the early days by pounding the seeds in a mortar and moistening them with vinegar. Dijon in France produced the famous mustard by using 'verjus', a unique grape juice of the Bourgogne region. The modern era of mustard, however, began in 1720 when Mrs Clements of Durham, England, found a way of milling the heart of the seed to fine flour. Other entrepreneurs experimented with combining various types of mustard seeds to create superb mustard powder. Today there are countless mustard varieties available throughout the world, each reflecting local, regional and national cuisine.

Additives and Preservatives

Additives and preservatives have been used in foods for centuries. When meats are smoked to preserve them, compounds such as butylated hydroxy-anisole (BHA) and butyl gallate are formed and provide both antioxidant and bacteriostatic effects. Salt has also been used as a preservative for centuries. Salt lowers the water activity of meats and other foods and inhibits bacterial growth. Excess water in foods can enhance the growth of bacteria, yeast, and fungi. Pickling, which involves the addition of acids such as vinegar, lowers the pH of foods to levels that retard bacterial growth. Some herbs and spices, such as curry, cinnamon, and chili pepper, also contain an-tioxidants and may provide bactericidal effects.

Presentday Cultivation And Usage

Gallnuts (Figure 60.2) are used for treatment mainly in China, India, and The Far East. They are applied in the form of decoctions, infusions, ointments, or powders for the treatment of inflammatory diseases. A decoction of gallnuts is generally employed as an astringent gargle, wash, or injection. Gargling a decoction or infusion of gallnuts is very effective for tonsillitis, stomatitis, and relaxing the throat, while local application of boiled and bruised gallnuts to the skin cures swelling or inflammation (Aroonrerk & Kamkaen, 2009). Powdered gallnuts mixed with vinegar are used for ringworm and alopecia (Khare, 2004). An ointment including powdered gallnuts is applied for hemorrhoids and diseases of the anus, and a powder or decoction of gallnuts is also used for diarrhea or dysentery. Injections of the decoction are applied to lessen mucous discharges of the vagina, such as in leukorrhea and gonorrhea. Gallnuts are used to remedy skin lesions and oral ulcerations. A dental...

Mechanoreceptors and nociceptors

Trigger nociceptors at some level of exposure include hot spices (e.g. capsaicin in peppers), ethanol, acetic acid (in vinegar),carbon dioxide (in carbonated beverages), and menthol (in cough drops), Even salt at high concentration 11 mol l) activates these nociceptors and elicits an irritant sensation distinct from its salty taste. Activation of nociceptors elicits a burning sensation, in extreme instances pain may be felt. Independent of higher central nervous function, nociception also tends to trigger autonomous responses, such as sweating, salivation, and lacrimation.

Salmonella Infections

Then grow given the right conditions. However, mayonnaise, paradoxically, is best kept at room rather than refrigerator temperatures if contaminated with salmonella. This is because acid, in the form of lemon juice or vinegar, kills salmonella more efficiently at warm than cool temperatures.

Kellogg John Harvey MD 18521943

And toxins, Kellogg argued that only correct dieting can prevent disease (Kellogg 1896 19). It is the modern stomach that demands a modern cure for this formidable disease (Kellogg 1896 55). He provides a detailed list of what to do, including slow and regular chewing (Kellogg 1896 58) and the avoidance of substances like vinegar (because it is an alcoholic liquor 1896 112 ), too much sugar (1896 105), uncooked food (1896 96), and abundant use of fat. But, most importantly, Kellogg provides a detailed diet regimen for all people to follow to prevent or to cure dyspepsia. He begins with an aseptic dietry which advocates sterilized food prepared without milk or eggs, whole grains, fresh fruits raw, or cooked without sugar or with grains (Kellogg i896 227ff). Page upon page of proscriptive diets follow, all of which are intended to cure and prevent various forms of disease. In addition, all of Kellogg's diets focus on vegetarian diets, with the preparation or manufacture of the foods...

Known as Avicenna in the West CE 9801037

A distinguished Persian physician and philosopher, who in his Canon of Medicine, also known as the Qanun (full title al-qanun fil-tibb), Ibn Sina offered a regimen that he claimed would reduce obesity (Avicenna 1930 441-2). This regimen resembled much later physical rather than dietary interventions but was clearly based on Galen's views of the dangers of obesity. He argued that one should have the food move quickly through the alimentary canal through the use of laxatives, eat food that is bulky but which has little nutrition, bathe before eating and follow it up with hard exercise, eat foods that attenuate the humours, and take vinegar and salt while fasting to purge the body. Still, it is Ibn Sina who provides a first major link between weight reduction and beauty. He lists those states, which are not 'disease,' but are classed as such (Avicenna 1930 221). These are categories in which the beauty of the form of the body is

Byron George Gordon Noel Sixth Baron Byron aka Lord Byron 17881824

By all accounts, Byron worked hard to stay thin. In his early thirties, while traveling and writing poetry in Italy, Byron announced to friends that he was on a claret-and-soda-water diet to help him manage his weight. Indeed, his favorite diet meal consisted of biscuits and soda (Abeshouse 1965 13). At one point, Byron refused a huge meal set before him and dined on potatoes sprinkled with vinegar, following one of the fad diets of the time (Abeshouse 1965 13). He starved to keep himself thin then famishing, devoured a heavy meal then he suffered for it and took overdose of magnesia for

Formation of Ketone Bodies

The main blood-borne substrates for the synthesis of ketone bodies (ketogenesis) are the nonesterified fatty acids others of lesser importance are the branched-chain amino acids, leucine and isoleucine. In addition, acetate (sources intestinal fermentation, in vinegar or an oxidation product of ethanol) is a ketogenic substrate.

Oven Roasted Balsamic Veggies

3 medium plum tomatoes, diced 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon tamari 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon dried minced garlic V3 cup hot chicken-flavor vegetarian Combine squash, potatoes, onions, carrots, and shallots in prepared pan. Bake for 20 minutes. Remove from oven and add tomatoes, stirring to mix. Combine oil, vinegar, tamari, basil, garlic, and broth. Pour over vegetables, toss to mix, and sprinkle with paprika. Return to oven. Bake for an additional 25 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Fragrant Soy Marinade

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon granulated garlic V2 teaspoon dried thyme V2 teaspoon dried oregano Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add tamari, vinegar, garlic, thyme, and oregano. Mix thoroughly, using a small wire whisk or fork. Marinate ingredients of your choice for up to 24 hours, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process. 1 cup boiling water 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add Fruitsource, tamari, garlic, vinegar, and basil, stirring after each addition. Marinate ingredients of choice for at least 1 hour, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process.

Pungent Ginger Marinade

2V2 tablespoons tamari 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar 1 tablespoon grated gingerroot 1 teaspoon granulated garlic Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add Fruitsource, tamari, vinegar, gingerroot, and garlic. Mix thoroughly, using a small wire whisk or fork. Marinate ingredients of choice for 1 hour, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process.

Roasted Chile Marinade

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add salsa, chopped chile, mustard, ketchup, tamari, vinegar, garlic, and lime juice, stirring after each addition. Marinate ingredients of choice for at least 2 hours, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process.

Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are predigested by bacteria, yeast, and molds that change the composition of the food. As part of a daily diet, they encourage the production of beneficial bacteria in the intestine that are necessary for complete and proper digestion, a strong immune system, and as an aid to the production of anticancer compounds. Fermented foods include yogurt with live active cultures, kefir, miso, tempeh, soy sauce, umeboshi, amasake, kombucha, natto, and apple cider and brown rice vinegars. Miso is a fermented paste made from soybeans. It can be used as a bouillon and as a replacement for salt, soy sauce, and Worcestershire sauce. Simmer for no longer than 1 minute to preserve the microorganisms. Natto is fermented soybeans and can be used as a condiment with rice, pasta, and other grains or added to soups. Tempeh is fermented soybeans and has a meaty taste that can substitute for burgers and meat in other dishes. It can be fried, grilled, baked, broiled, or steamed. Umeboshi is...

Banana flour

Traditionally, bananas are used to prepare regional food products and dishes and sometimes to produce vinegar and spirits. Some varieties or cultivars are used in small rural communities as special diets and for traditional medicine. For example, they may be used for infants, elderly people, and patients with stomach problems (antidiarrheal and intestinal disorders), gout, and arthritis. In some countries of South America (e.g., Colombia and Ecuador), precooked banana flour is used to produce an elaborate regional dish called empanadas . The use of unripe banana to prepare flour might be advantageous because the fruits with damage on the peel or those that fall as a result of cyclones and hurricanes can be used for this purpose. Diversifying the end uses of banana can be beneficial (economic) for farmers. Unripe banana can be used to produce functional flour because of the high levels of starch and nonstarch polysaccharides (DF) present in the fruit during this stage. It has been...

Dosages Chickpea

Seeds, sprouts, young pods, young leaves, and the vinegar off the leaves are all eaten by humans. Great for the heart (say I) is hummus with plenty of garlic and olive oil sesame and parsley optional but good. Let us hope the Tibetans are right, Skinny people will gain weight, while fat people will lose weight when consuming sesame oil (TIB). Juice of fresh leaves is used as hair tonic (NPM).

Violence and Crime

In 1923, there were 134 seizures of ships engaged in smuggling liquor. In 1924, there were 236. The Department of Commerce estimated that, in 1924, liquor valued at approximately 40 million was entering the United States annually. Section 29 of the Volstead Act authorized the production of fermented fruit juices. Although the intention was to save the vinegar industry and the hard cider of America's farmers, it was a boon to home winemakers as well. The grape growers of California produced a type of grape jelly suggestively called Vine-go which, with the addition of water, could make a strong wine within two months. The grapes were accompanied by the written warning Do not carry out the following steps, because, if you do, you will make wine, which is illegal.

Rice wine See sake

Roller mill Pairs of horizontal cylindrical rollers, separated by only a small gap and revolving at different speeds. The material is thus ground and crushed in one operation. Used in flour milling. rollmop Filleted uncooked herring pickled in spiced vinegar. roll-on closure (RO) Aluminium or lacquered tinplate cap for sealing on to narrow-necked bottles with a threaded neck. The unthreaded cap is moulded on to the neck of the bottle and forms an airtight seal. romaine French and American name for cos lettuce. rooibos tea Fermented leaves of the S African bush Aspalathus linearis. Contains a unique polyphenol, aspalathin, which becomes red during preparation and produces a reddish herbal tea free from caffeine and theaflavin. root beer American non-alcoholic carbonated beverage flavoured with extract of sassafras root and oil of wintergreen. rope Spore-forming bacteria (Bacillus mesentericus and B. sub-tilis) occur on wheat and hence in flour. The spores can survive baking and are...

Armoracia rustic

In small amounts the grated root, usually preserved in vinegar or a cream sauce, lifts the gastric enzymes into overdrive to break down the cell structure of cooked beef and prevent indigestion. Note that larger amounts can inflame the stomach lining in some people. Chop fresh horseradish root and put in a blender with enough cider vinegar to blend. Store in the fridge. Use as a condiment, or chew a teaspoonful to clear blocked sinuses. The vinegar can be strained off after a week or two to use in the formula given on page 191.

Day 2

Tossed salad (mixed greens, cucumbers, green peppers, cherry iomatoes) Olive oil and vinegar to taste or 2 Tbsp low-sugar prepared dressing Olive oil and balsamic vinegar to taste or 2 Tbsp prepared low-sugar dressing Green and yellow wax beans with red pepper sauteed in olive oil Surprise South Beach Mashed Potatoes (page 171) Tossed salad (mixed greens, cucumbers, green peppers, cherry tomatoes) Olive oil and vinegar to taste or 2 Tbsp low-sugar prepared dressing Olive oil and balsamic vinegar to taste or 2 Tbsp prepared low-sugar dressing Olive oil and balsamic vinegar to taste or 2 Tbsp prepared low-sugar dressing VA cup raspberry vinegar or white wine vinegar 5 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon honey In a screw-top jar, combine the vinegar, 4 tablespoons of the oil, the honey, orange peel, salt, and pepper. Cover and shake well. Chill the dressing until serving time.

Jock itch

Because tentacles continue to discharge their stinging cells as long as they remain on the skin, the most important first aid intervention is to remove all of the tentacles. Alcohol, ammonia, or vinegar and salt water (not freshwater) can be poured over the sting site to deactivate the tentacles, which should then be scraped off with a towel. Tentacles must not be removed by hand. Instead, they should be pulled (not rubbed) away. Baking soda in a paste can be applied to the sting to relieve pain after an hour, it should be scraped off with an object (such as a credit card) to remove any remaining stinging cells. Calamine lotion will ease the burning sensation, and painkillers may help with the stinging pain.

Skin creams

The simplest poultice is mashed fresh herb put on to the skin, as when you crush a ribwort leaf and apply it to a wasp sting. Poultices can be made from fresh herb juice mixed with slippery elm powder or simply flour, or from dried herb moistened with hot water or vinegar. Herbs can be added conveniently to bathwater by tying a sock or cloth full of dried or fresh herb to the hot tap as you run the bath, or by adding a few cups of an infusion or decoction. Herbal vinegars and oils can also be added to bath water, as can essential oils.

Glycemic Index GI

Foods that contain fat and those of an acidic nature like oranges, lemons, vinegar, and sourdough breads, delay the emptying time of the stomach resulting in slower digestion and absorption of a meal. Because fat takes longer for the the stomach to digest, potato chips or french fries, for example, have a lower glycemic index than baked potatoes. Table sugar, because it is not pure glucose but contains two molecules, one glucose and one fructose, takes longer to digest than some starches. Nuts and meats contain little or no carbohydrate and, when combined with starches and sugars, will slow down digestion and absorption. Combining low GI and high GI foods at the same meal will moderate blood sugar levels.

Notes black Mustard

Zohary favors Brassica nigra, the black mustard, as the grain of mustard seed in the Bible. As an Israeli botanist, he would certainly know better than I that Brassica nigra is the tallest of the local species of Brassica and closely related Sinapis, and that its seeds are small (circa 1 mm). But he also admits that The Greek sinapis is undoubtedly 'mustard'. No need to quibble about whether it is the least of seed or not. (I suspect a mustard seed is a hundred times heavier than orchid seed, even than Artemisia annua seed.) I suspect that in biblical times, as in Maryland fields in spring, few but botanists make distinctions between the Brassica and Sinapis. Many writers do not distinguish between black, brown (Indian), and white mustard (Brassica nigra, Brassica juncea, and Sinapis alba, respectively) but the spice and medicine trades seem to favor the white. And the canola and rapeseed varieties have been hopelessly manipulated, even in the GMO field. Few if any taxono-mists and...

Oral Irrigators

Oral irrigators, such as the Water Pik, can aid in directing natural healing products under the gum and into the pocket of the gum. Using pure distilled water in the oral irrigator with a natural antibacterial such as the extracts mentioned above will help fight gum disease and reverse the process naturally. But it is important to remember to use these tools daily. Using an oral irrigator is like washing your skin. A tincture will not clog your oral irrigator, but if it seems sluggish, flush it out with warm water and vinegar.

Black caraway

Capers (also known as caperberry or caperbush) are immature flower buds of Capparis spinosa L. (syn. Capparis rupestris), also known as Capparis ovata Desf. belonging to the family Capparidaceae. The flower buds are pickled in vinegar or preserved in granular salt. Semi-mature fruits (caperberries) and young shoots with small leaves may also be pickled for use as a spice. Two types of capers occur C. spinosa (spiny in nature) and C. inermis (no spines). Use of this plant has been known since Biblical times (Morris and Mackley, 1999). The capers are washed and allowed to wilt for a day in the sun. The wilted buds are stored in jars and covered with salted wine vinegar, brine, olive oil or in salt alone (Morris and Mackley, 1999). Capers should always be submerged in their pickling medium to prevent them from developing an off-odour. Capers are preserved either in vinegar or under layers of salt in a jar. Raw capers are bland flavoured and need to be cured to develop their piquant...

Seckuan Sesame Sauce

2 teaspoons rice vinegar Place garlic, onion, gingerroot, cilantro, and 1 cup of the soup in a food processor, and pulse. Add sesame oil, vinegar, and 2 tablespoons of the peanut butter. Process. Place remaining 2 tablespoons of peanut butter in a small bowl, and add the reserved cup of soup, tamari, and hot pepper sauce. Blend with a fork and add to the sauce. Do not process. Mix thoroughly when combining the sauce with other ingredients, such as pasta, veggies, or tofu.

Details Of The Diet

Vegetable broth made with meat stock (unthickened), Beef stew with vegetables in it. (No flour), 4 to 6 oz. any meat with fat. Mince, Corned beef. Tongue, Tuna fish. Sardines in oil. Tinned salmon, Whelks or winkles, Jellied eels. Any fish (fried without batter), Head of lettuce with tomatoes, Vinegar olive oil dressing. Black pepper for seasoning, Serving of peas or French beans with butter, Fresh fruit, e.g. raspberries or blackberries in season, with cream

Tennis Elbow

Supplement your diet with flax oil, whole food B6 (150 mg daily), and apple cider vinegar. Discontinue citrus and eliminate mineral-depleting sugars. The elbow joint may require mobilization by a skilled practitioner experienced in natural joint manipulation.

Lemon Zest

I thoroughly enjoy watching the Food Channel on TV or better yet, going to a culinary class. I recently learned about zest at one class. Purchase organic lemons and wash them thoroughly. You need a grater with small sharp surfaces for cutting. Grate some lemon skin or peel and add it to your favorite marinade for your gas grill or broiler. I generally use Paul Newman's Oil and Vinegar which doesn't contain sugar. Spread the mixture on chicken boy, does it add some pizzazz

Shoulder Pain

Bursitis is often associated with an alkaline saliva pH (purple-color test paper). Citrus consumption including oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines or juice may be the cause of the higher pH. B6 supplementation along with organic apple cider vinegar may be needed for a season.

Proper pH

Like one who takes away a garment in cold weather and like vinegar acid on soda alkalinity (Proverbs 25 20). In God's Word, mixing vinegar (which is acidic) and baking soda equals turmoil. In your body, a balanced pH is necessary to function. We evaluate all of our patients' saliva pH. Monitoring the pH level in your saliva is a non-invasive tool we use to check the battery and determine how the body is functioning. Fruits and vegetables shift the body toward an alkaline state. Meat, grains, and stress tilt it toward the acid side. The range for acid is from 4.5 to 7.5 for alkalinity. This corresponds with yellow to purple on nitrazine paper.

Dr Bobs Supper

Planning is the key component for eating at home. Generally, I focus on vegetables and protein. I grill on a gas burner or a George Foreman Grill. I brush chicken, turkey, or duck with Paul Newman's Oil and Vinegar Dressing and wrap with large lettuce leaves. I place the wrap on the grill the leaves keep the food moist. Asparagus is awesome on the grill, brushed with olive oil. We also cut up and cook onions with olive oil on the grill.

Beet Root

The best way to incorporate organic beets is grated, raw on a mixed green salad. I encourage patients to eat them raw or baked. You can also cut and peel the beets to the size you would cut potatoes to be mashed. Add balsamic vinegar and a splash of coconut oil (it can handle high heat). Sprinkle with Celtic Sea Salt, cover and bake at 400 degrees for one hour. Cool sprinkle with olive or flax oil and enjoy. Do not boil beets. Commercially canned and pickled beets are the last choice. Don't be alarmed beets can color your stool and urine.

Acid and Alkali Load

There is surprisingly little information on the direct contributions of individual foods to the acid burden. However, this source of dietary acid is of increasing importance in view of current popular weight reduction diets (e.g., the Atkins diet). The major acids contained in food are citric acid (in fruit, fruit juices), acetic acid (as a preservative, pickles, vinegar), lactic acid (yogurt, fermented foods), malic acid (fruit), oxalic acid (vegetables that contain smaller amounts of citric and malic acids), and tartaric acid (wine). Oxalic acid precipitates in the gut to form calcium salts, which are excreted in the stool and little is absorbed. The other acids are absorbed but quickly metabolized and present an acid burden in the form of CO2. The largest source of fixed acid comes from the metabolism of amino acids (particularly those from animal proteins - see above). The significance of this source of acid is readily demonstrated in patients consuming a high-protein diet...


Yellow mustard flavour and pungency, like brown or black mustard, can be fully experienced only by triggering the enzyme myrosinase action, which releases them. The most effective enzymatic trigger is in the presence of water at room temperature, although other low-acid liquids such as milk and beer also work. Acidic liquids such as wine, vinegar and lemon juice are poor triggers of mustard's overall flavours, but are good subsequent preservatives of the flavour and they extend the penetrating odour. When water, vinegar, milk, wine or beer is added to mustard, mixed and left to stand for a few minutes, different degrees of flavour sensations are produced. With water a very sharp and hot taste is produced, while with vinegar milder flavour is induced. With milk a milder spicier and pungent flavour is created. With beer a very hot flavour is brought out (Uhl, 2000).


Vinegars Another way to extract and preserve plant material is to use vinegar. Some plant constituents extract better in an acidic medium, making vinegar the perfect choice. Herbal vinegars are often made from pleasant-tasting herbs, and used in salad dressings and for cooking. They are also a good addition to the bath or for rinsing hair, as the acetic acid of the vinegar helps restore the natural protective acid pH of the body's exterior. Cider vinegar is a remedy for colds and other viruses, so it is a good solvent for herbs for these conditions. An oxymel is a preparation of honey and vinegar. Oxymels were once popular as cordials, both in Middle Eastern and European traditions. They are particularly good for cold and flu remedies. Honey can be added to an herb-infused vinegar, or an infused honey can be used as well.


If cloth diapers are used, one ounce of vinegar should be added to one gallon of water during the final rinse water to help match the cloth's pH to the baby's skin. The cloth diapers should then be well rinsed. Diaper rash enzymes are most active in an environment with high pH, often found in cloth diapers after washing. Cloth diapers provided by diaper services are usually very close to a baby's pH level and are usually tested at regular intervals to ensure the products' pH level.


The history of canning began with Nicholas Appert, a French confectioner, who heated foods in wide-mouthed, corked glass bottles in boiling water to preserve them for use by the French military. At the time, preservation was primarily through drying or the addition of 'a foreign substance for the purpose of impeding fermentation or putrefaction' (sugar, salt, vinegar), each process having specific drawbacks (Appert, 1812). The French government, at war with several countries, offered rewards for the development of means to use 'indigenous substances' and 'diminish the consumption of foreign commodities' (specifically, sugar). The French navy began using Appert's 'canned' (bottled) meats, vegetables, fruits and milk around 1806, which led to his reward of 12 000 francs in 1809 for his process for preserving foods (Drummond and Lewis, 1939). Although Leeuwenhoek had described bacteria viewed through his microscope in 1683, their role in food was unknown at the time. In 1810 Appert...


A person produces about 1-1.5 quarts (about 1-1.5 liters) of saliva per day. The salivary glands produce saliva when stimulated by the presence of food in the mouth or by certain acidic foods, such as vinegar or citric juices. Sometimes, the thought or smell of food will result in saliva release. If the small or large intestine is irritated by some substance, such as excess acids or bacterial toxins, the salivary glands will release saliva.


Preparation for the resurrection feast following the fast, hard-boiled eggs are dyed red to symbolize Christ's blood. These eggs are considered to be tokens of good luck and are broken open on Easter morning, representing the opening of Christ's tomb. On Good Friday, lentil soup is eaten to symbolize the tears of the Virgin Mary often it is flavoured with vinegar as a reminder of Christ's ordeal on the cross. The Great Lent fast is broken after a midnight service on Easter Saturday with a lamb-based soup, olives, bread, and fruit.

Asian Marinade

Vfc cup mirin cooking wine 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon rice vinegar Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add tamari, Fruit-source, sesame oil, Worcestershire sauce, mirin, garlic, and vinegar. Mix thoroughly, using a small wire whisk or fork. Marinate ingredients of choice for at least 1 hour, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process.

Balsamic Chicken

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar V4 cup chopped fresh basil In a 5-quart saucepan or Dutch oven, heat oil and crushed red pepper over medium-high heat for 1 minute. Add garlic and shallots, saut for 3 minutes, then add green beans and mushrooms. Cook for 5 minutes, then add reconstituted chicken with any liquid that remains. Reduce heat to medium low and cook mixture this fragrant seas mng. for 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Add tomatoes, sherry, and balsamic vinegar. Reduce heat further and add chopped basil and liquid aminos. Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. In a small, dry frying pan, toast pine nuts over medium heat, shaking pan, until nuts are fragrant and lightly brown, about 3 minutes. Sprinkle over Balsamic Chicken just before serving. alsamic vinegar is a study in balance and contrast. This classic dish takes full advantage of the dramatic flavor notes of

Balsamic Marinade

V4 cup balsamic vinegar Combine broth powder and boiling water. Add vinegar, garlic, mustard, tamari, pepper, basil, and scallions, stirring after each addition. Marinate ingredients of choice for at least 1 hour, covered, in the refrigerator. Turn ingredients at least once during the marinating process. Balsamic vinegar adds a sweet and sour balance of flavor not found in other vinegars.

Vinegar For Your Health

Vinegar For Your Health

A resource for the many ways you can use Vinegar to improve your health! In today's society of miracle medicine, we often overlook things that have been around hundreds of years! Things like Vinegar!

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