Vinegar may be fermented, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take advantage of its delicious, tangy flavor in our Paleo meals. Even though our cavemen ancestors probably weren’t fermenting anything into vinegar to put on their vegetables, fermentation is a natural process that has been known to happen in the wild.
The Health Benefits
More than that, vinegar has some demonstrated health benefits, including helping improve insulin sensitivity and managing cholesterol. It’s also free of carbohydrates, so those who are watching their carb intake don’t have to worry.
Even Mark Sisson gave vinegar his seal of approval.