Even though that title sounds incredibly boring, there's two important pieces of information I want to pass on.
Last week I decided we needed some more vegetable storage space. The crisper box wasn't cutting it since we've increased our vegetable and fruit buying. The stuff just won't fit. Instead of being a good homemaker vegetable lady and storing the vegetables cut up and in prim and proper bags, I just threw them in the fridge. Well, as so often happens, I'd get lazy and not feel creative in my cooking. By the end of a week those vegetables were looking pretty sad, if not angry and threatening to riot. So in the compost they would go.
One day I thought if I got an extra storage bin then maybe those vegetables would last a little longer. It turns out that's true. I bought vegetables last week and they are still looking fresh as daisies. This is going to save me a lot of money.
I came across this recipe: 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 tablespoon of coconut oil. I put it into the jar and stirred and stirred and stirred some more. It did not want to blend. I still applied some and it really did work. I left it alone for an hour and when I came back it looks like it's starting to blend on its own. Oh sure, you'll have a little vinegar smell (very little) but the soreness is all gone! This recipe will give you 2 ounces.