Substitute for Red Wine Vinegar?

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A good substitute for red wine vinegar would be white wine vinegar as they are remarkably alike in taste and acidity. You may also use rice wine vinegar but you may have to increase the amount of vinegar used since white rice wine is less assertive and mellower. Others include sherry vinegar and balsamic vinegar.
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red wine vinegar is good for salad dressing. the ingredients are: grapes containing sulphur dioxide as a preservative, natural raspberry flavor. reduced with water to 6% acidity.
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Use the Marsala wine.
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