Sweeten Your Life
Vinegar has a sour whang to it strong enough to make a mule
Ever since the Man in the Moon was just a little boy VINEGAR has been one of the oddest culinary products loved by man. Vinegar is loved in spite of itself. The word "vinegar" comes from the Old French word 'vin-aigre', meaning sour wine -- or wine that went bad.
Vinegar has fascinated me for years now, and I've read all I could find on the subject. All this has been put together in a comprehensive book about the ways you can sweeten your life with this "wine that went bad."
I have arranged Sweeten Your Life With VINEGAR so that you can read some of the history first. Here you will learn some of the uses of vinegar which have been handed down to us through the centuries.
Second you and I will jump right into discussing some of the ways vinegar can sweeten up our health. This is where most of the current fascination with vinegar lies. By jumping into it first you will get your money's worth.
There's MUCH more to vinegar of course, so the third thing you and I will look into is the ways vinegar can sweeten up the food we consume. You probably already know that most of your favorite condiments contain traces of vinegar. I think some of the other uses will surprise you.
Fourth, we'll look at ways vinegar can sweeten up our kitchens and laundry rooms.
Fifth, we'll look at how vinegar can sweeten up after pets, protect pets, and various other uses in our lives.
What could be next after learning how versatile vinegar can sweeten up our lives? Why, how to make our own vinegar, of course.
Making your own vinegar can be as simple as leaving a pot of wine outside in the open air, to using a state-of-the-art vinegar production machine. I have found the subject fascinating and hope my enthusiasm carries over so you will read and nod "Ah Ha!" right along with me.
Inside the book you will also find links to more in-depth informational sites on the web about specific areas in this vast subject.