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Dwight Miller Orchards Organic Cider Vinegar
Dwight Miller Orchards Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is a coveted product here in Vermont. Known as an excellent home remedy for colds and flu, but also a wonderful tasting vinegar for salads, marinades, sauces, and recipes.
Keep at room temperature.
The Miller family has farmed their land for eight generations in East Dummerston, Vermont. They were farming their land before Vermont was even a state, and exemplify how precious our partner families hold their relationship to their farms and land. They have started to diversify beyond apples and fruits to include pasture raised meats as well as organic vegetables.
June 26, 2020 by Stephanie
I thought the price was a little steep, but then... it turned out to be a whole quart! I was expecting the typical 12 oz bottle. Nice!
June 8, 2020 by Rebekah
This is our default vinegar in the kitchen. Because it is made with a mother, it's got all the good probiotics of active fermentation, unlike distilled white vinegar. And it's local. We actually used it to start our own apple vinegar fermenting with our apple cores.
August 1, 2015 by Carmit
I really like this vinegar. It's very mild- not super acidic, and has a distinct apple flavor. I will definitely add it to my cold and flu prevention arsenal next winter!
March 27, 2015 by Jennifer
This is a staple in our kitchen. We use it for so many things - in cooking as well as medicinally. Since it's unpasteurized, it contains the healthy bacteria that brands like Braggs promote in their vinegar (those little floaty bits that form over time). Love, love, love that we can get this from a local, organic source.