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in late July, 7.30.18Two and a half months ago, I started making apple cider vinegar using apples, honey and water; all were organic, filtered and noneno metallic utensils had beenwere used. I did, however, added a small piece of a cinnamon stick and some cloves for flavor. coveredCovered it a,, with cheese cloth and forgot about it until tonighttonight.

When I uncovered the cheese cloth I saw part of the top surface was covered with some stuff that I have a hard time describing and for the longest time I hesitated whether or not to even bother with it; I thought it may be mold. In the end I strained it through clean cheesecloth to another clean glass container. I tasted it even before straining, it was very very tart but didn't have any other flavor that would alert me to mold, mildew or anything like it. It also smells like vinegar. My

My questions are: 1. how should I proceed? 2. Is it possible it was moldy and I just didn't recognize it; it's my first attempt at making ACV. Thanks

  1. How should I proceed?
  2. Is it possible it was moldy and I just didn't recognize it; it's my first attempt at making ACV.

Thanks a lot in advance . tsrose1.  

in late July, 7.30.18, I started apple cider vinegar using apples, honey and water; all were organic, filtered and none metallic utensils had been used. I did, however, added a small piece of cinnamon stick and some cloves for flavor. covered it with cheese cloth and forgot about it until tonight.

When I uncovered the cheese cloth I saw part of the top surface was covered with some stuff that I have a hard time describing and for the longest time I hesitated whether or not to even bother with it; I thought it may be mold. In the end I strained it through clean cheesecloth to another clean glass container. I tasted it even before straining, it was very very tart but didn't have any other flavor that would alert me to mold, mildew or anything like it. It also smells like vinegar. My questions are: 1. how should I proceed? 2. Is it possible it was moldy and I just didn't recognize it; it's my first attempt at making ACV. Thanks a lot in advance . tsrose1.  

Two and a half months ago, I started making apple cider vinegar using apples, honey and water; all were organic, filtered and no metallic utensils were used. I did, however, added a small piece of a cinnamon stick and some cloves for flavor. Covered it a,, with cheese cloth and forgot about it until tonight.

When I uncovered the cheese cloth I saw part of the top surface was covered with some stuff that I have a hard time describing and for the longest time I hesitated whether or not to even bother with it; I thought it may be mold. In the end I strained it through clean cheesecloth to another clean glass container. I tasted it even before straining, it was very very tart but didn't have any other flavor that would alert me to mold, mildew or anything like it. It also smells like vinegar.

My questions are:

  1. How should I proceed?
  2. Is it possible it was moldy and I just didn't recognize it; it's my first attempt at making ACV.

Thanks a lot in advance.

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in late July, 7.30.18, I started apple cider vinegar using apples, honey and water; all were organic, filtered and none metallic utensils had been used. I did, however, added a small piece of cinnamon stick and some cloves for flavor. covered it with cheese cloth and forgot about it until tonight.

When I uncovered the cheese cloth I saw part of the top surface was covered with some stuff that I have a hard time describing and for the longest time I hesitated whether or not to even bother with it; I thought it may be mold. In the end I strained it through clean cheesecloth to another clean glass container. I tasted it even before straining, it was very very tart but didn't have any other flavor that would alert me to mold, mildew or anything like it. It also smells like vinegar. My questions are: 1. how should I proceed? 2. Is it possible it was moldy and I just didn't recognize it; it's my first attempt at making ACV. Thanks a lot in advance . tsrose1.