British Element Trieste Force 1945 - 1954
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I've just finished talking via Skype to my friend in Trieste. He uses a lot of different vinegars with his food. One he showed me is Apple Vinegar or Cider Vinegar.
Anybody ever tried or even heard of it? Now you all know about Balsamic Vinegar of Modena but did you know you can also get a bottle of Cream of Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. It's usually aged 12 years!! So Friday when I go shopping in Tesco I'll have to take a look at the shelf with the vinegars on and see if I can find a bottle of Cider Vinegar. My son Paul has just been searching on his tablet for Crema all'aceto Balsamica di Modena but has found too many to be able to find the one my friend in Trieste says. And, incidentally, he is still walking around his house nude because of the heat!!
An elderly relative of mine used to drink Cider Vinegar neat and swear it was good for you!!!!! I decided that, like many old "remedies", it was far worse than anything it might be "good for".
Harry, should I find any on the shelves of Tesco I'll buy a small bottle. I've taken note of what you said and will only use the tip of a finger to try it out.
My father in law took it with honey and hot water every morning for his arthritis. You can use it to lower blood sugar/pressure after carbohydrates suggested quantity 2 tablespoons. Yes you can buy it in Tesco, Sainsbury etc
Good luck, will see you skipping through Gorizia in September!