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Re: ACV kills friendly bacteria?
 
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Re: ACV kills friendly bacteria?


I found this on a nother website thread:

Date: March 26, 2003 05:59 PM
Author: lael
Subject: the "mother" in vinegar



In regard to the "mother" in the apple cider vinegar... I heard Patricia Bragg refer to this in a talk she gave and she spoke of it like it is similar to the bacteria culture that yogurt is made from, or the culture that sourdough bread is made from. Apparently, the "mother" is the bacteria culture that assists the fermentation process in creating the apple cider vinegar. From what I gather allows the apple cider to turn to vinegar instead of a moldy, rotting brew. Like different yogurt cultures give various yogurts certain properties, so each "mother" culture used in the making of vinegar would give those vinegars their own unique qualities. To heat treat or cook the vinegar kills this culture.

ME:
I AM STILL NOT SURE THAT IT DOESN'T KILL OTHER TYPES OF GOOD BACTERIA, BECAUSE PEOPLE SAY ONCE THEY STOP DRINKING ACV SYMPTOMS RETURN, SO WHATEVER FRIENDLY BACTER/MOTHER IS IN ACV DOESN'T STICK AROUND.
 

 
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