Vinegar lives in the pantry of most homes as an afterthought. Most people only keep it because their mother kept it and her mother kept it. You probably have it on hand and use it solely for cooking without realizing its has other uses that can transform your home, your health, and your finances. Thanks to the marketing of “far more effective” harsh and synthetic chemical solutions, vinegar has fallen out of place as a standard day to day use item. It has instead been relegated to the rear of the pantry to be forgotten about. If this is the case in your home, you may just be surprised at all the things you are missing out on and all the things you are overpaying for.
Consider this guide your shortcut to enlightenment. In the pages ahead, you’ll learn more about one of mankind’s oldest household friends. Vinegar’s heritage stretches back more than 10,000 years, and its usefulness hasn’t changed over the centuries.