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How to make date vinegar at home

Dates have many benefits, dates are rich in vitamins and minerals, and they can be used to make date vinegar. Dates are one of the types of fruit that regulate digestion, in addition to the sweet taste, they can also increase your body’s energy level within half an hour after eating. Calcium, sulfur, and iron are found in fiber. Besides potassium, phosphorus, copper, magnesium, and manganese, dates also contain folate, niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin. It is said that date base maintains eye health by protecting and preventing infection. The benefits of dates also include treating constipation, intestinal disorders, protecting against heart disease, anemia, and diarrhea.

Vinegar: what is it?

In addition to its medicinal uses, vinegar is also used as a preservative and a cleaner, as well as being a main or secondary ingredient in many recipes. For many things, the most popular types include: apple vinegar, sugarcane vinegar, coconut vinegar, pomegranate vinegar, rice vinegar, white vinegar, barley vinegar, and date vinegar.

Last but not least, we have chosen date vinegar for you and explained how to prepare it and its benefits, since it was first made by the Babylonians around 5000 BC in the Middle East. 

Dates’ nutritional value

Dates have the following nutritional value per 100 grams:

now21.32 grams
Energy277 calories
Energy1160 kilojoules
Protein1.81 grams
carbohydrate74.94 grams
Fibers6.7 grams
sugars66.47 grams
Sugars0.53 grams
Glucose33.68 grams
Maltose0.3 grams
Calcium64 mg
iron0.9 mg
magnesium54 mg
phosphorus62 mg
potassium696 mg
sodium1 mg
Zinc0.44 mg
copper0.362 mg
Manganese0.296 mg
Vitamin A149 IU

 

Homemade date vinegar

The ingredient is:

Dates weighing two kilograms.

Water in 9 glasses

Plastic bag of a large size.

strainer.

Two teaspoons of yeast.

Three teaspoons of sugar.

Glass containers.

Preparation:

Mix dates and water in a plastic bag.

After mixing sugar and yeast, close the container tightly and leave it aside for at least 20 days until bubbles appear, indicating the process of turning into ethyl alcohol has been completed.

Make sure to cover the package well with a cloth to prevent the mixture from being exposed to various external factors that could cause it to rot.

For another twenty days, leave the mixture aside.

Pour the vinegar into a colander and drain the clumps well after removing the cloth from the package.

For 10 minutes, heat the vinegar in a pot and stir well.

Let the vinegar cool slightly after it has been removed from the heat.

Place the vinegar in sterilized glass containers and close them tightly.

Date vinegar benefits

Salads and all kinds of food are prepared with it, as it gives them a sour taste.

The vinegar is suitable for diets because it suppresses appetite, dissolves fats in the body and can be used by placing a teaspoon in a glass of water to dissolve fats. 

Because it contains antioxidants, it prevents cancer.

Menstrual irregularities are reduced.

Keeping the immune system healthy prevents various diseases and viruses. Antioxidants are present in it.

A teaspoon of it can be put in a glass of water and drunk twice a day to treat respiratory infections, especially coughs and flu.

Lethargy and laziness are removed by providing energy and vitality to the body.

Use a clean cotton ball dipped in the mixture and then wipe it on the infected areas and leave it for five minutes to treat burns and scars.

Due to its high iron content, it prevents anemia.

Joint pain can be treated with this product.

By producing good cholesterol in the body, it reduces the risk of arteriosclerosis.

It maintains blood sugar levels by producing glucose effectively.

A number of heart diseases are treated with it, including blood clotting and arteriosclerosis.

Headaches, especially migraines, can be treated with it.

 

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