DIY Apple Enzymes Drink - Day 1



I've long heard of enzymes being beneficial to the body and I've bought some to drink in the past. They work in helping improve my always jammed digestion but they are expensive. So I stopped drinking them. Recently, I came across a book at a 2nd-hand store about enzymes and how they're beneficial for health.

Like:
  • Improving digestion
  • Improving immunity
  • Anti-ageing
  • Cleansing the body

 

Recipes and preparation process were also included. The book is pretty detailed but the downside of it is that it is written in Chinese. I can understand Chinese, but still took me a while to read.

Anyway, I've decided to try making some enzymes following the instructions using some apples.

Because it's my first time making it, I decided to start small and I only use 2 apples - 1 small, 1 medium.




The steps to make the enzyme drink are simple, just cutting the apples into small bits and then adding sugar. The ratio is about 1:1.1. However, it is the preparation that is more tedious and important. I won't go into the details here. I'll share them if this turns out well.


However, I realised that I've ran out of sugar (you'll need lots of sugar!) and so I added some rock sugar as substitute. (Yes, all kind of sugar works, even brown sugar).
Now, I just have to wait for about 14-20 days for it to ferment. 




You might be wondering, isn't it a Drink? But there is no liquid?

Well, water will be produced during the fermentation process and as you can see, I've just started the process and liquid is already produced.


Anyway, this concludes Day 1 of the DIY Apple Enzymes Drink - Day 1. I'll be updating the process (daily, if possible), so you can see how the process will be like.

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