What Is Vinegar Made up of?

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Vinegar is made out of grains or fruits that has been fermented yeast. The waste product is called alcohol. Bacteria then consumes the alcohol. The waste product from that is ascetic acid. Ascetic acid and water is vinegar. Most vinegar made in the US is made from apples.
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