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Household Remedies

The apple – a crunchy household remedy.
The botanical name of “apple” derives from the Latin word "malus", which means "bad" and "evil". This name comes from the Bible’s story about the Fall of Man. In reality, however, apples do so much good. Did you know, for instance, that it is a traditional household remedy and that it can be used in different ways?

The following household remedies have been taken from different sources. VI.P thus assumes no liability for the correctness of the contents:
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Strengthen the Body’s Defence

Strengthen the Body’s Defence

The regular consumption of beetroot, rutabagas, apples and carrots particularly strengthen the body’s defence in the winter months.
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Clean Aluminum Pots

Clean Aluminum Pots

Aluminum pots can be easily cleaned if they are boiled with apple peels.
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Apple Juice as Roast Stock

Apple Juice as Roast Stock

Have you ever tried apples juice as roast stock? Sear the meat and pour apple juice instead of water on it. We recommend a slightly acidulous and freshly squeezed juice.
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Apple Juice Makes Sauerkraut more Delicate

Apple Juice Makes Sauerkraut more Delicate

The taste of sauerkraut becomes more delicate if you add a little bit of apple juice.
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Apple Peels as Tea

Apple Peels as Tea

Dry apple peels for preparing tea.
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Don’t Put away Apple Peels

Don’t Put away Apple Peels

Dash apple peels with water and wait until the next morning. Enjoy the beverage with a bit of sugar or warm it up. It is an excellent substitute for the morning coffee, ideal for obese people and has a sedative effect.
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Reduce the Bitter Taste of Wild Herbs

Reduce the Bitter Taste of Wild Herbs

The bitter taste of wild herbs can be reduced by putting them into lukewarm water for about 15 - 30 minutes before consumption. Also milk products such as quark, yogurt, cream etc., sugar or grated apples round off the taste.
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Storing Bread

Storing Bread

Bread dries out more slowly if you put raw potatoes or apple slices into the bread box.
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Storing Cakes and Pastries

Storing Cakes and Pastries

For storing cakes, stullen and cookies we suggest a tin with an apple inside.
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Tastier Vegetables

Tastier Vegetables

The taste of vegetables can be increased by adding an apple. The apple dissolves completely, while the vegetables become piquant and thick.
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