Apple cider vinegar is the more health-conscious version of its regular old vinegar cousin. It’s made by fermenting apple juice, bacteria, and yeast. In a second fermentation process, acid-forming bacteria is added to the mixture to make it vinegar.
It may sound more like a chemistry lesson than a recipe, but as LEAF shows us, if you can manage to make it (or buy it), it’s actually a magical elixir that can be used for tons of things!
That said, just because apple cider vinegar is good for you and polishes furniture, does not mean that ALL furniture polish is food, folks. This is not an invitation to go drink everything under the sink!