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    Fire Cider in the Kitchen: It's Fry Day - Fry-Yay!

    Fire Cider in the Kitchen: It's Fry Day - Fry-Yay!

    French fries are kind of a big thing here at Fire Cider HQ, we've talked about this before

    French fries drizzled with Fire Cider!

    When we found out that today was National French Fry Day we couldn't pass up the opportunity to nosh on some delicious fried taters, with a Fire Cider twist. This year we not only drizzled the fries with our tongue-tingling tonic, but we upped the game with our condiments, and created a Fire Cider Mayonnaise and a Vegan Fire Cider Mayo (recipes below).

    However you choose to celebrate this crispy, salty, potato-centric day, we hope you'll try a few bites with the extra zing of Fire Cider. Make your tummy and your taste-buds happy.

    Fire Cider Mayonnaise and Vegan Fire Cider Mayo make great alternate sauces for your favorite french fries!

    Fire Cider Mayonnaise - makes 1 cup
    1 large egg yolk
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp fresh cracked black pepper
    3/4 cup canola oil
    1 - Combine egg yolk, Fire Cider, and salt in a  medium bowl. Whisk until blended and bright yellow, about 30 seconds.
    2 - Using a small kitchen spoon, drizzle oil into the egg mixture, whisking constantly, Add oil to yolk mixture, a few drops at a time, take your time here! Continue to drizzle the oil into the egg mixture until mayonnaise is thick, about 8 minutes (mayonnaise will be light in color). 
    3 - Best if used immediately, or, cover and chill, store in an air-tight container for up to 1 week 
    Vegan Fire Cider Mayo - makes 1 cup
    2 ripe, fresh avocados
    1/4 cup high quality olive oil 
    1 teaspoon salt
    1/2 tsp fresh ground black pepper
    1 - Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend at medium speed until fully mixed and emulsified.
    2 - Best if used immediately - or, cover and chill, store in an air-tight container for up to 2 days.

    We GNC you!

    We GNC you!

    It's true! You can now find 8 oz bottles of Fire Cider Original on the shelves at every GNC nationwide! 

    Fire Cider is now available at GNC locations nationwide!

    That's right, we have launched at GNC, the nation’s largest specialty retailer of health, wellness and sports nutrition products. You can now find Fire Cider Original at 4,500 GNC retail stores, bringing our total retailers to over 6,000 this summer. 

    Dana says, “We are thrilled to begin our partnership with GNC. Our company was founded with the hope of getting the best raw, organic, vinegar-based health tonics to as many people as we could, and being on the shelves at GNC helps us to reach a larger audience.

    More and more of you have asked where you could find a bottle of Fire Cider in your area, and lots of Fire Cider fans have told us that they're adding our daily tonic to their lives as part of their daily fitness routines. We really couldn't think of a better way to start meeting the needs of both of those groups of customers than by partnering with GNC!

    Fire Cider in the Kitchen - a trio of great picnic eats

    Fire Cider in the Kitchen - a trio of great picnic eats

    Our favorite Instagrammer is at it again! This time we've pulled together 3 recipes from @lilsipper that we think would be perfect dishes to share at your next picnic or barbecue.

    Cauliflower Ranch Dip

    Creamy, dairy-free, vegan ranch dip from @lilsipper on the Fire Cider Blog at

    This creamy dairy, sugar, & nut free paleo & keto friendly dip is made with cauliflower! 
    2 cups pureed cauliflower (steam then blend - no added water)
    2 Tbsp minced chives
    1 Tbsp Fire Cider
    3-4 Tbsp vegan / paleo mayo
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    1/2 tsp sea salt (or more to taste)
    1/2 tsp onion powder
    2 scoops Vital Proteins collagen peptides
    1 Tbsp additional minced chives
    - Make sure cauliflower puree is cooled first.
    - Add all ingredients except 1 Tbsp minced chives to a blender and blend a few seconds to mix.
    - Transfer puree to a large bowl and with a spoon, fold in additional Tbsp of chives. Taste, and adjust spices to preference if needed.
    - Serve chilled with desired dipping foods! (It's also great as a sandwich spread and salad dressing!)

    Sweet and Spicy "Meat" Balls

    Spicy and sweet no-meat Meat Balls from @lilsipper on the Fire Cider Blog at

    These superfood balls using Flora Health fermented greens are packed with protein and you guys won't believe the HEALTHY "sweet and spicy" sauce! 

    "Meat" Ball Ingredients:
    1, 15 oz can black beans
    1, 15 oz can kidney beans
    2 scoops Flora Health Green Blend
    1 Tbsp Flora Health Beet Crystals
    1/2 cup raw almonds
    1/3 cup diced onion
    3 Tbsp tomato paste or ketchup
    1 Tbsp mustard
    - Drain and rinse beans and process everything in a food processor until
    it sticks together and forms into balls.
    Sauce Ingredients:
    1/2 cup apple juice
    1/3 cup fresh orange juice
    1/4 cup blackstrap molasses
    4 Tbsp Fire Cider
    2 Tbsp coconut aminos (or soy sauce)
    1/4 cup tahini
    1/4 tsp ground ginger
    1 Tbsp Vital Proteins grass-fed gelatin (green tub)

    - In a sauce pan, heat all ingredients except gelatin on low heat, stirring frequently.
    - Once sauce ingredients are well mixed and tahini is "melted", let simmer until it thickens a bit, then (WHILE stirring) add gelatin until all is dissolved.
    - Remove sauce from heat and let cool (it will thicken even more).
    - Coat sauce in your superfood balls and serve in  butter lettuce cups or keep warm on low in a crockpot for large gatherings.

    Taco Pasta Skillet

    Easy and delicious skillet Taco Pasta from @lilsipper on the Fire Cider Blog at

    Don't be deceived! It may look like a lot, but all you have to do is throw it in a pot! Done!
    2 cups Explore Cuisine Chickpea Pasta
    1-2 cups pre-cooked (shredded) chicken (or ground turkey/beef or vegan alt.)
    1 1/2 cups organic tomato sauce
    2 cups Bare Bones Broth
    2 Tbsp natural taco seasoning
    1/4 cup Fire Cider
    1 large fresh tomato, diced
    1/2 cup diced onion
    Fresh cut corn from 1 ear
    1/4 cup sliced black olives
    Cilantro to garnish (optional)
    - Soak the chickpea pasta in water a few hours (or you can cook them) and set aside.
    - In a large pot, add remaining ingredients and stir over medium heat until it begins to boil. Reduce heat and let simmer for flavors to "mingle".
    - The last few minutes of cooking, add pasta and cook just until pasta is warm and serve. It's also delicious cold!

    Fire Cider on the Road - From Eh, to Bean

    We've been traveling fools lately, with team members flying all over the US, and beyond, to sing the praises of our tangy, spicy, sweet tonic. May involved some of our first international travel!

    Team Fire Cider at the Sial Canada Show in May 2017

    Sial Canada

    At the beginning of May Caitlin and Heather hopped a plane to head up to Toronto for the Sial Canada Show. Unfortunately they ran into some crazy cancellations, redirects, and delays and didn't arrive until just before the show started, but they hit the ground running! This was an amazing opportunity for us sample Fire Cider, meet with and make connections with future retailers and distributors, and learn more about the Canadian market. Thankfully they had a few chances to get out into the city proper and tell us that the food and craft beers were on point! Caitlin is Vegan and found an amazing variety while there!

    Team Fire Cider at the Fit Expo Chicago 2017. Read more on the the Fire Cider Blog at

    The Fit Expo Chicago

    And just as our team members in Canada were packing up to come home, Stephanie, Najwa, and Jake were headed to the Fit Expo Chicago event. Fitness enthusiasts and competitors alike traveled from far and wide to be part of this event, and our team got to introduce so many new people to the wonders of Fire Cider. They got to meet Jason Colombel, and spent some time taking in the sites around the city. 

    This month we're headed off to a pile of events in New York City and our favorite music festival, so check back for our June wrap up! Keep up with us on Facebook or Instagram to find out where you can find us!

    Fire Cider in the Kitchen - Grapefruit Maple Cooler

    Fire Cider in the Kitchen - Grapefruit Maple Cooler

    Back in March we introduced you to Najwa from our sales team. In our interview she mentioned a grapefruit spritzer as her favorite way to get her daily shot of Fire Cider. We asked and she has finally shared the recipe with us! Hit up your local market for a few fresh grapefruits, visit your favorite sugarshack for a jug of this season's maple syrup and get your drink on!
    Grapefruit Maple Cooler - makes 2 pint sized servings
    2 C fresh squeezed red grapefruit juice (2-3 grapefruits)
    2 tbsp maple syrup (or maple sugar granules)
    2 tbsp Fire Cider (use Unsweetened to make it vegan!)
    2 C club soda (optional)
    Grapefruit Maple Cooler, recipe on the Fire Cider Blog at
    Add juice, maple syrup and Fire Cider, stir to combine, and sip at your ease.
    For a little extra fizz in your life, fill glass halfway with club soda and top of with juice mixture.