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Is there a Kurozu (Black Vinegar) here in singapore?

Postby searching » Sat, 16 Apr 2005 2:55 pm

Ive heard a lot about this product and was wondering where can i find it,they said its good for slimming,anyone knows?thanks

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Postby bonzi » Tue, 07 Jun 2005 2:24 pm

Hi there,
r u still interested in this black vinegar? If u do, pls call 64481339 as they sell e vinegar n other health products.
Any other qns, pls email me @ bonzi070@hotmail.com

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Re: Is there a Kurozu (Black Vinegar) here in singapore?

Postby ksl » Tue, 07 Jun 2005 2:57 pm

searching wrote:Ive heard a lot about this product and was wondering where can i find it,they said its good for slimming,anyone knows?thanks


May I just enlighten you to the fact, that all vinegars stimulate metabolism, that does indeed burn more calories, than not drinking or taking vinegar.

You can take a look at www.drinkingvinegar.com for a list of benefits of drinking vineagr, there is no vinegar taste, and all are organically fermented, to provide a special brew for drinking.

You can find them under Asian drinks in 38 NTUS stores, some hawker centres are serving up vinegar with meals, which is the ideal way, to enjoy, eventually a sparkling vinegar will also be available.

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Postby Guest » Wed, 08 Jun 2005 11:31 am

Apple Cider Vinegar also not bad.

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Postby moose » Wed, 08 Jun 2005 2:22 pm

The vinegar I am taking (more for HEALth purpose) is BROWN RICE VINEGAR.
MITSUKAN - Brown rice vinegar: around $8.00 per bottle, can be found at Bishan J8.

I personally will never buy vinegar stored in PLASTIC bottles.. or those that is too cheap. Japan ones look more er.. "safe"
You can add them to your dishes or
Just add one tablespoon of it to a glass of water and drink~

Remember DO NOT overdose or drink with empty stomach.

Apple Cider Vinegar <-- yea not bad too!

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Postby Guest » Wed, 08 Jun 2005 2:58 pm

moose wrote:The vinegar I am taking (more for HEALth purpose) is BROWN RICE VINEGAR.
MITSUKAN - Brown rice vinegar: around $8.00 per bottle, can be found at Bishan J8.

I personally will never buy vinegar stored in PLASTIC bottles.. or those that is too cheap. Japan ones look more er.. "safe"
You can add them to your dishes or
Just add one tablespoon of it to a glass of water and drink~

Remember DO NOT overdose or drink with empty stomach.

Apple Cider Vinegar <-- yea not bad too!



The ones in NTUC, ksl is talking about, is a very high quality product from Taiwan, It is a special brewed health tonic, that you can drink all day long, remember the mix is recommended at 5:1 5 water that is to one vinegar.

The orange flavour is for constipation, very effective at flushing the system, so don't be shocked when you run to the toilet, just make sure you are home, after the flush out, maybe twice or so, your system will return to normal, within 1 hour or 2. They are all 100% natural and organic fermented fruits.

Many women suffer from to much yeast, or virginal discharge, these special brewed vinegars will balance the ph value of the body.

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Postby bonzi070 » Thu, 09 Jun 2005 10:44 pm

Ppl out there,
My advise is tat if u wan 2 drink vinegar, pls choose e RIGHT 1. Try not 2 drink apple cidar vinegar as it does not contain amino acid (IMP 4 ur health). I really m not trying 2 promote anithing or saeing bad things abt other vinegar (REALLY!!) but i truly advise ppl out there 2 try this black vinegar from Japan as it is really helpful n wonderful. N their other products r aso gd 2. If u all has the Ezyhealth mag, there r adverts inside 2. So, if ppl really want 2 try this vinegar, pls call 6448 1339.

TRULY AM NOT PROMOTING IT BUT REALLY WANT 2 SHARE WITH EVERYONE MY EXPERIENCE! :D

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Postby ksl » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 5:40 pm

gloomybear wrote:i have been drinking Apply cider vinegar for a few years now... :)


Hi Gloomybear,

I would be very interested to hear your comment on the our apple vinegar, why not come to the food & beverage exhibition on 18th &19th june, at Bedok north Rd 5 #03-26 Blk 3017

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Re: Is there a Kurozu (Black Vinegar) here in singapore?

Postby Guest » Wed, 24 Aug 2005 11:28 pm

searching wrote:Ive heard a lot about this product and was wondering where can i find it,they said its good for slimming,anyone knows?thanks



U can buy it from the Dino pasty shop
it at No 254 Upper thomson Road,near the thomson plaza..

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Postby sweethearts » Fri, 26 Aug 2005 3:36 pm

Hi guess,do u know how much this vinegar cost?thanks :D

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Postby Tonkatsu » Mon, 29 Aug 2005 3:32 pm

I saw Nature Farm having the Black Vinegar.

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Postby Guest » Wed, 07 Sep 2005 2:59 pm

previously read from the news paper there is a name called Moromi Kurozu selling in SIngapore. Laster Sunday, I found this product in Singapore Foood Fare Suntec City. The kurozu is in the capsule form. 1 pkt cost SGD62/- last for 1 month. 2 each in the morning and evening.
If I am not wrong, the main distributor is in somewhere Beach Road, Keypoint there.

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Postby ksl » Mon, 09 Oct 2006 12:04 am

Anonymous wrote:previously read from the news paper there is a name called Moromi Kurozu selling in SIngapore. Laster Sunday, I found this product in Singapore Foood Fare Suntec City. The kurozu is in the capsule form. 1 pkt cost SGD62/- last for 1 month. 2 each in the morning and evening.
If I am not wrong, the main distributor is in somewhere Beach Road, Keypoint there.


I wouldn't advise vinegar tablets for anyone, in my opinion, they are in bad taste and a desperate bid, to take the money out of your pocket. Pai Chia Chen vinegar, from NTUC is 14.90 take one a week, and compare to throwing tablets down your throat!

The black vinegar is very good from Japan, Unfortunately it's over priced, but, what do you expect, they have to earn their incomes. Also the black vinegar is not brewed for drinking. So some will have difficulty to enjoy the drink, when mixed with water.

The most important thing to remember is the body does need Vinegar, it doesn't care what the price was! or which supplier it came from, but what is important is to drink it every day, and this is why Pai Chai Chen was the first manufacturer to specialise in ready mixed vinegar.

Moose says: personally will never buy vinegar stored in PLASTIC bottles.. or those that is too cheap. Japan ones look more er.. "safe"

What a silly person you are! The ready mixed vinegar are diluted, at 1 vinegar to 5 water and have to pass strict agricultral & food controls of Singapore and all other Countries that it is exported to, and also the control standards of Singapore NTUC. All concentrate vinegar is in glass bottles.

The ready to drink vinegar is also meant to be consumed and enjoyed for the drink it, is, providing the bodies requirements on a daily basis, where by, you do not have to wake up in the morning and think oh no! I have to drink that bad tasting vinegar mixed in water and sweatend.

Vinegar is vinegar and yes some are very expensive and provide more nutrician and/or minerals, and acids.

Lets not forget that there are 1,000s of vinegars out there. and no matter what peddlars of vinegars tell you, it is you yourself that, have to drink it.

I even think Pai Chia Chen is expensive at 14.90, But at least i can drink it all day long, every day, and at least say, I will never waste my money on coke, sprite, or 7up.

what money i save on those drinks, buys me all the different flavours in vinegar, and I get what the body needs every day, and that is all the acids required by the metabolic system according to wikipedia.com

I can also guarantee, that even the most loyal of apple cider vinegar drinkers will say, you cannot compare the two.

Apple Cider is apple cider made from Cider apples, mostly made in USA or UK and is not enjoyable to drink! Asia make there vinegars with rice & fruits, because Asians don't like western vinegars much, because they are too bitter and sour.

Rice is a mellow taste, and the fruits just make them more sweet and enjoyable. Pai Chia Chen is sold in top night clubs, hotels and bars in London and the most famous leading brand in Taiwan.
http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/20041 ... 68515.html

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Postby Jeant » Mon, 09 Oct 2006 1:11 pm

ksl wrote:I even think Pai Chia Chen is expensive at 14.90, But at least i can drink it all day long, every day, and at least say, I will never waste my money on coke, sprite, or 7up.

what money i save on those drinks, buys me all the different flavours in vinegar, and I get what the body needs every day, and that is all the acids required by the metabolic system according to wikipedia.com

I can also guarantee, that even the most loyal of apple cider vinegar drinkers will say, you cannot compare the two.

Apple Cider is apple cider made from Cider apples, mostly made in USA or UK and is not enjoyable to drink! Asia make there vinegars with rice & fruits, because Asians don't like western vinegars much, because they are too bitter and sour.

Rice is a mellow taste, and the fruits just make them more sweet and enjoyable. Pai Chia Chen is sold in top night clubs, hotels and bars in London and the most famous leading brand in Taiwan.
http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/20041 ... 68515.html


Hi.. may i know if this Pai CHia Chen Vinegar is sold in any of the NTUC Fairprice or Healthcare? If i were buy it, do i need to mix wif any juice or water, or it is ready-to-drink?
"Life is what we make it, always has been, always will be." Happiness doesn't depend on what u have but what u satisfy & are contented with. Try looking at the simple side of life, don't make life around you so complicated." - Jeant

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Postby ksl » Mon, 09 Oct 2006 1:23 pm

Jeant wrote:
ksl wrote:I even think Pai Chia Chen is expensive at 14.90, But at least i can drink it all day long, every day, and at least say, I will never waste my money on coke, sprite, or 7up.

what money i save on those drinks, buys me all the different flavours in vinegar, and I get what the body needs every day, and that is all the acids required by the metabolic system according to wikipedia.com

I can also guarantee, that even the most loyal of apple cider vinegar drinkers will say, you cannot compare the two.

Apple Cider is apple cider made from Cider apples, mostly made in USA or UK and is not enjoyable to drink! Asia make there vinegars with rice & fruits, because Asians don't like western vinegars much, because they are too bitter and sour.

Rice is a mellow taste, and the fruits just make them more sweet and enjoyable. Pai Chia Chen is sold in top night clubs, hotels and bars in London and the most famous leading brand in Taiwan.
http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/20041 ... 68515.html


Hi.. may i know if this Pai CHia Chen Vinegar is sold in any of the NTUC Fairprice or Healthcare? If i were buy it, do i need to mix wif any juice or water, or it is ready-to-drink?
There is a list of NTUC outlets available, on the www.drinkingvinegar.com web site, you mix with water, recommended is 5 water to 1 vinegar. the 600ml bottle will make between 3 to 4 liters, depending on your own taste requirements. If you want quick detox, drink the Aloe or Orange.
All vinegars detox, but those two are very quick, and your tummy will soon adapt to the change.

Otherwise just drink the other flavours like you would coke or sprite, they are quite harmless when diluted, it is better to drink with meals, because they also aid digestion.


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