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Pineapple vinegar

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Pineapple vinegar is very nutritious and low in calories, so it is also suitable for diabetics, as it increases insulin sensitivity and helps regulate blood glucose levels. Learn how to make homemade pineapple vinegar with our simple recipe.
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Ingredients

15 portions
  • 1/2 pineapples, ripe, with shell
  • 1/2 cups piloncillo, grated or granulated
  • 6 cups water

Preparation

Use a perfectly washed and sanitized pineapple. Remove the shell and reserve. Then separate the heart from the pineapple, because you will only need that part, the rest you can consume. Reservation.
Pour the pineapple heart and peel into a clean glass rack, add the granulated brown sugar and water, stir to integrate the ingredients. Cover the glass holder with a cotton cloth and store away from direct sunlight, at a temperature between 15 to 26 ° C.
After the first three days, open the mixture and move, do not worry if the preparation is very cloudy, as the days go by, the sediments will settle to the bottom. Once you open the mixture, you should move it every day for 3 weeks, you can feed it with a tablespoon of brown sugar to speed up the process. Little by little you will notice the smell of vinegar as a result, when it reaches the characteristic smell of vinegar, it will be ready. You can also taste it until you reach the desired flavor.
Filter the liquid through several layers of thin cloth or coffee filters. In this way you will remove the impurities and you will obtain the “mother” liquid; when this liquid runs out, feed it with more pineapple and more brown sugar, to get more vinegar.
If you want you can pasteurize the vinegar. To achieve this, heat the vinegar before pouring it into a sterilized container or place it in a bottle and then heat it in a double boiler. In both cases, it must reach a temperature between 60 and 70 ° C. Afterwards, let it cool down and store it at room temperature, away from direct sunlight. Enjoy it for the preparation of dressings or pickles.

PRESENTATION

Use this vinegar for pickles or vinaigrettes.

TIPS

You can also use it as an organic disinfectant.

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Nutritional information

* Information per 100g serving, percent daily values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Energy
27.3
kcal
1.37%
Carbohydrate, by difference
7.1
g
2.37%
Protein
0
g
0%
Total lipid (fat)
0
g
0%
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