BLOG: Fire Cider

Making Fire Cider

Making Fire Cider

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Finally found horseradish again to make my first batch of fire cider of 2022. This wonderful infused vinegar can be used medicinally or in a variety of recipes. It is rish in antioxidants and can be used as a digestive dupport or for immune support. Heat damages the properties of most foods including apple cider vinegar and the herbal ingredients of this mixture.

This recipe was first brought to us by Rosemary Gladstar - you can watch Rosemary make it here and find the original recipe here. Buy books by Rosemary Gladstar. Rosemary has shared her recipes glabally encouraging us to adapt as we go. This BLOG is my variation.

Making fire cider is super simple, but can be time-consuming cleaning up and chopping all the ingredients. If you don’t have some of the items, I’ve added Amazon affiliate links where you can buy them but you should be able to find most of these items locally if you don’t already have them. This recipe is being supplied absolutely free without ads cluttering it up and you don’t have to use any of my links, however, if you appreciate my BLOGS, feel free to use one or more of the links or drop a donation to my Southside Bank loan account 246965 (routing 111923607) as I’m still paying off an original debt of over $100k incurred from 5 years of giving away free chiropractic care to service disabled veterans and injured kids. High overhead does not go well with a soft heart.

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