Back in February, we saw an amazing new study that showed how blueberry vinegar can help slow cognitive decline in mice. I'm not a chef, but I just came across a recipe for making your own blueberry vinegar. And I wanted to share it with you. It sounds easy enough - even for me!
While you can find a variety of blueberry vinegar recipes on the internet, I like this one because it uses cooked berries. It's more common to leave the berries uncooked, but that can decrease the therapeutic benefits of the vinegar. This recipe will get you more cognitive bang for your buck. Here's the recipe:
1.5 cups ripe blueberries
2 cups white balsamic, rice, or white wine vinegar
2 tablespoons whey low or agave syrup or 2 teaspoons of stevia
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