Wednesday, February 3, 2010

An experiment with apple cider vinegars

Are you tired of me talking about apple cider vinegar yet?  Tough, it's my blog.  As I mentioned in some earlier posts, first I lost 10 lbs and gave the credit to organic apple cider vinegar with the mother in it.  Then more recently I told you I gained weight so I didn't think this potion was working.  Today I looked at the 2 different brands of ACV  we had in our cabinet and realized the cheaper one, Spectrum Naturals,  we switched over to looked clearer than the more expensive one, Bragg.  I weighed myself this morning, GASP!  I'm switching back to Bragg, the one we used in the very beginning to see if I lose the weight again and I'll tell you if it makes a difference.  I'll weigh myself again in 1 month and report back here because I know you'll all be holding your breath awaiting the results.

6 comments:

  1. My sheep like their ACV now. I give them the good kind-do you think it will make them lose weight? Annie and Sarah like Kosher Dill pickles too.

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  2. Mary Pannabecker SteinerFebruary 4, 2010 at 2:31 PM

    I can't believe you worry about weight. You are so strong and it's all muscle! I wish I had your strength. In more ways than muscle. :)

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  3. Karen - I just realized that if you add music to your blog - you can use the same tune as "Pants on the Ground" ......"Holes in My Jeans...Holes in My Jeans...what ya gonna do with your holes in my jeans.... (just a late workday thought!). Nanci (aka Virgo)

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  4. Nanci,
    That's a great idea. Holes in my jeans, holes in my jeans, I'm lookin' like a fool with my holes in my jeans.

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  5. My maternal grandfather had the reputation of making the best cider vinegar - he lived in East Sullivan, which consisted of his house and the Congregationalist Church across the street. Come to think of it, I'm not sure how big a sample he would of had for the survey.

    Sorry I missed the connection between vinegar and losing weight - I saw something on James's blog, but that was about another benefit. Whaddya do, dip cookies in vinegar instead of milk? That would work for me, I think.

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  6. I have some what-was-supposed-to-be apple cider vinegar brewing in our basement now. It smells like dirty socks. At first it smelled like wine so I thought it was headed in the right direction. I don't know where I went wrong. I wonder if hard cider would have the same benefits as apple cider vinegar :)

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