Apple cider vinegar has become a popular addition to many peoples diets. And with good cause. It has significant health benefits that anyone can enjoy. It is a smart decision to incorporate it into your diet on a daily basis.

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But there is one problem with apple cider vinegar – most people don’t enjoy the taste.  Some people have no trouble drinking straight ‘shots’. But this is definitely not to everyone’s taste and it can also be harmful. Because apple cider vinegar is highly acidic, it can damage tooth enamel and hurt your throat.

Another popular method is to drop a tablespoon or two into a glass of water. Again, the taste of this is not for everyone and I have to confess that I don’t enjoy the ‘straight up’ taste of apple cider vinegar (or ACV as it is sometimes called) at all.

So, how can you make sure you are getting the benefits of apple cider vinegar without the bitter taste?

Luckily, I’ve found a few options for how to drink apple cider vinegar without tasting it.  With a little creative thinking, it is not that hard to do and the results are a lot more palatable.

Below are 4 easy ways to drink apple cider vinegar and incorporate it into your daily diet, without all the nasty taste.


Salad Dressing

As part of a healthy diet, you should be eating salads on a regular basis. A great mixture of greens provides lots of vitamins and nutrients along with adding fiber. But, all that leafy goodness can come undone with the wrong salad dressing.

Salad dressing can add to the nutritional value of the salad when done right. Apple cider vinegar can be used to make a great salad dressing, and it is a super easy way to enjoy its benefits.

You can substitute ACV in any salad dressing recipe that calls for vinegar or lemon juice.  Here is a simple recipe to try.

Homemade Salad Dressing with ACVApple Cider Vinagrette


  • 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp honey or pure maple syrup
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Put all the ingredients into a jar, shake it up and use as needed. If you don’t use it all at once, store and give the jar a shake each time.

Another easy way to add ACV to salads is to add a tablespoon or two to your mayonnaise. This will give it an extra kick.