How Does Vinegar Preserve Food?


The vinegar that is added to food preserves the food because it is an acid. the acid in the vinegar helps the food not grow bacteria that will make the food rot. If vinegar is not added, the food will rot at a faster pace and can't be eaten after a day or two. There are other preservatives used in conjunction with vinegar to help food stay on shelves longer. Some other additives are salt, brine, and alcohol.
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vinegar is in the form of acetic acid which helps us in pickling and also preventing the growth of micro is a method of food preservation.
The acidic properties of vinegar significantly retard bacteria growth in food.
it is acidic so it would significantly retard bacteria growth. Using vinegar to preserve food is called pickling. It usually involves removing water from the food by soaking it in
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