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 Apple cider vinegar and what is the difference between it and industrial vinegar

Apple cider vinegar and what is the difference between it and industrial vinegar


  • Vinegar is produced from the fermentation process in two stages .In the first stage, the sugar present in the agricultural raw material is transformed into alcohol by Saccharomyces ellipsoidous yeast, where anaerobic conditions are achieved at a temperature of 23 to 26 degrees Celsius. 
  • In the second stage, the previous alcohol is transformed by the acetobacter bacteria in the presence of air into Acetic acid 
  •  We can convert any agricultural or food item that contains sugar into vinegar, such as types of vegetables and fruits, the most important of which are apples, or from dry fruits or highly concentrated sugar solutions such as molasses and treacle after diluting them , or from low-quality honey after diluting with water also
 

(The stages of manufacturing apple (cider vinegar 


This type of vinegar is manufactured in various parts of the world and is labeled as Cedar vinegar. Contains 94 
acetic acid / 100 ml of vinegar solution 
It is made from many varieties of 
apples and is not necessarily of high quality, but the fruits that are not suitable for consumption or food processing go to the manufacture of vinegar. 
  •  First, the fruits are washed, cut or squeezed and placed with the bagasse in the fermentation bowl where the first stage, which is alcoholic fermentation, begins, an amount of starter is added to the juice equivalent to one-tenth of its size, or we put a piece of fresh baker's yeast. Here It takes 2-4 weeks for the sugar in apples to turn into Ethanol alcohol, indicating the end of the process, by stopping the appearance of gas bubbles
  •  in the second stage, which is the stage of vinegar fermentation, where we filter the previous mixture to get rid of the husks, seeds and fibers and put the juice in wooden, plastic or glass containers or barrels Fill up to the nozzle and cover from the top with a layer of cloth. Here, previously prepared vinegar juice can be added to speed up the process. We add about a third of the volume. The process takes 3-6 weeks, depending on the temperature

(Benefits of apple cider vinegar (natural  vinegar

  •  Apple cider vinegar has a role in i Reducing blood sugar levels 
  • it has  a role in heart health because it  lowers blood cholesterol because apple cider vinegar is rich in pectin, which works to bind cholesterol particles And throw it out of the body The lower the level of cholesterol in the body, the lower the incidence of heart disorders 
  •  Apple cider vinegar contributes to enhancing the body's resistance to diseases because it is rich in elements such as phosphorous, iron, calcium, and sodium chlorine
  •  It is useful in treating the scalp from fungi and eliminating bacteria that accumulate on the skin 
  •  Useful for weight loss and arthritis treatment, as well as for pimples and acne 

The disadvantages of vinegar

  •  Vinegar has defects that arise due to chemical reactions, as the presence of salts and minerals leads to discoloration and turbidity of the vinegar .. It is possible that the ferrous ions oxidize into iron ions and combine with the existing proteins to form a slimy precipitate and form turbidity and also unite with tannin, which leads to its darkening and turbidity is not limited The presence of iron ions, but the presence of tin and copper salts lead to the same phenomenon 
  •   Insect pests, including the vinegar fly and vinegar worms, which are nematode worms that attack the vinegar acid bacteria, affecting the transformation of alcohol into vinegar and damaging the vinegar produced and its presence in vinegar is an undesirable situation
  •   Micro-organisms are formed due to the use of poor quality raw materials. These defects can be eliminated by adding sulfur dioxide to the juice in a very small percentage because it affects growth 

  Industrial vinegar

  •  It is available in the market and in multiple varieties, whether from apples or others, and most of these varieties are synthetic vinegar derived from the chemical acetic acid which is the essence of vinegar and is considered a burning substance that dissolves proteins and is irritating to the stomach wall and has multiple side effects that cause intestinal and stomach ulcers and cannot be used in medical cases such as natural vinegar 
  •   It is not useful as a treatment for diseases such as acne because its use results in burns on the skin and darkening of the skin color 
  •  The use of industrial vinegar leads to kidney damage and oral and dental problems, so it is advised not to use it to treat diseases as it is an industrial material and not natural, and most of its uses are for cleaning glass surfaces and cleaning vegetables.
  •  The process of its preparation is a chemical process to produce acetic acid, with an artificial apple flavor added to it, and subjected to a pasteurization process, A pure solution is formed free of sediments or cloudiness and this distinguishes it from natural vinegar, which is deposited at the bottom of the vessels sediments and impurities that are of a natural origin, which is the fruits of apples 
  •  Industrial vinegar has a very strong smell that is irritating the respiratory system, so it is recommended to avoid inhaling this smell directly

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