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Vinegar, regardless of the brand name and other descriptive monikers, is acetic acid. All acetic acid is created equal. Most vinegar is a 5% solution of acetic acid.

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Does spirit vinegar contain any alcohol?

No! Of course, vinegar contains a plain acetic acid that is why vinegar is acidic in nature. Usually vinegar has a lot of importance in our need such that if we cooked in our kitchen we use it as one of those major ingredients. In contrary alcohol made from various different substances found in ...

Can sugar water turn into alcohol then to vinegar?

No! Of course, not unless you will add another chemicals because is plain glucose that is came from different sources. And alcohol is just a combination of 2 or more substance or special substance that a different beverages company has it. Another thing, vinegar is acid so therefore there are a less ...

Can anyone recommend some recipes for salad dressings that use balsamic

Ingredients 1 sprig fresh oregano 1 sprig fresh thyme 1 cup olive oil 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar salt and pepper to taste Directions In a medium glass mixing bowl combine the oregano, thyme, oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. Mix together and pour mixture into a bottle, using a funnel to ...