These apple cider vinegar recipes will get that bottle out of the cupboards and into your cooking.

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Cider-Mustard Glaze
Tart apple cider vinegar plays nice with the sweetness of light brown sugar and the kick from whole-grain mustard seeds in this all-purpose glaze. Brush it on chicken or pork, or toss it with roasted vegetables like sweet potatoes or carrots. Get the recipe:Cider-Mustard Glaze
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Apple cider vinegar, or ACV, is good for much more than just vinaigrettes. It's subtle sweet flavor perks up a glaze, makes the most delicious (and simple!) pickles, and provides balance to fruity jam. Look for the unfiltered version with the "mother" to reap all the gut health benefits.

Cider-Mustard Glaze
Credit: Victor Protasio

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Cider-Mustard Glaze

Tart apple cider vinegar plays nice with the sweetness of light brown sugar and the kick from whole-grain mustard seeds in this all-purpose glaze. Brush it on chicken or pork, or toss it with roasted vegetables like sweet potatoes or carrots.

Get the recipe: Cider-Mustard Glaze

Day Dill Pickles
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Day Dill Pickles

Persian cucumbers, those mini-seedless cucumbers you see wrapped at the market, are combined with dill, garlic, and mustard seeds for a crisp pickle. Using apple cider vinegar brings a tart-sweet note to these spears you’ll be tempted to eat alongside more than just sandwiches.

Get the recipe: Day Dill Pickles

Quick Strawberry-Cider Jam
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Quick Strawberry-Cider Jam

To balance this strawberry jam we added apple cider vinegar for a craveable type of tartness. Spread it on a baguette or on toast, spoon it over ice cream or yogurt, or eat it straight from the spoon—it’s that good.

Get the recipe: Quick Strawberry-Cider Jam