Does Vinegar Freeze?


Vinegar does freeze. The average freezing point of vinegar is around 28 F. It can vary slightly depending on the density and the amount of acetic acid present.
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yes it does freeze
1. Pour the concentrated vinegar into a freezer-safe container. Leave the top fourth of the container empty to give room for the vinegar to expand. 2. Put the lid on the container
Vinegar has acetic acid, vitamins such as riboflavin, Vitamin B-1, mineral salts, and water. It can be made from any fruit, vegetable or any material containing sugar. For more information
A typical commercial vinegar with a 5% acetic acid content will have a freezing
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