YOUR SUPER FUEL

YOUR SUPER FUEL
FIRE CIDER TONIC

SPICY || SWEET || TANGY
DO YOU HAVE THE CRAZE?
WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THAT APPLE CIDER VINEGAR CRAZE
Well we do, in fact some of us have had it a while, and some are new to the game.
Why you may ask?
Here are some of the reasons we drink the Vinegar,


Rich in enzymes & potassium
Support a healthy immune system
Promotes digestion & pH balance
Helps control weight
Soothes irritated skin
Helps remove body sludge toxins
I MEAN...Pretty cool right!
How do we make it taste good?
FIRE CIDER!!

The flavor that started it all, Fire Cider Original!

To craft their tonic, they start with a base of raw, certified organic apple cider vinegar, which has long been used by everyone from grandmothers to farmers to extract the beneficial properties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices. To this, they add whole, raw, organic ginger, horseradish, onions, black pepper, and garlic. Then they toss in organic habañero peppers for heat, turmeric for a bit of zing, and lemons and oranges for a citrus-y tang.

They let the mixture steep at room temperature—no heat involved—which preserves the living vinegar culture and allows the flavors to develop. As a final step, they blend in a generous amount of raw, organic wildflower honey. The result is a tonic that’s potent but balanced, with distinctive layers of sweet, tart, and spicy flavors.

 

A Recipe for You :)

 

Sometimes taking your medicine can be a pain and frankly quite disgusting..well we would like to help change the narrative.
Personally a litle Fire Cider lemon and hotwater is enough for me but if you want a little sumthin extra see below.
We love a ritual, so here is a recipe that we found from Mrs. Allie's Kitchen...we hope you like it as much as we do!

Serves: 1-2   Prep time: 5 min.   Cook time: 20 min

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups water
  • ¼ cup maple syrup
  • 1 ½ cups diced apples
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • ¼ cup Fire Cider Original (substitute Honey-Free to make it vegan)

Method:

  1. Add the water, maple syrup, diced apples, and cinnamon sticks to a saucepan over high heat
  2. Bring to a boil
  3. Cover, and reduce the heat to low
  4. Simmer for 20 minute before straining out the apples and cinnamon
  5. Add Fire Cider
  6. Pour into your favorite mug and enjoy

 

 

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