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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinegar

Vinegar is a liquid consisting of about 5–20% acetic acid (CH3COOH), water, and other trace ..... Condiment for beetroot – cold, cooked beetroot is commonly eaten with vinegar and other ingredients; Condiment for fish and chips (UK: chips ; US: ...

www.thoughtco.com/chemical-composition-of-vinegar-604002

Feb 16, 2016 ... Question: What Is the Chemical Composition of Vinegar? Vinegar is a liquid that is produced from the fermentation of ethanol into acetic acid.

www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-816-apple%20cider%20vinegar.aspx?activeingredientid=816&activeingredientname=apple%20cider%20vinegar

Amounts of ingredients listed on the product labels didn't match the laboratory findings. In the US, there is no real definition in the law of what apple cider vinegar ...

www.popsci.com/diy/article/2008-12/making-vinegar-home

Dec 8, 2008 ... Vinegar is one of those ingredients that people don't think of as often as they should. It is mostly just seen in salad dressings and pickles, which ...

www.madehow.com/Volume-7/Vinegar.html

Specifications include the amount of mother of vinegar and/or acetozym nutrients added per gallon of alcohol product. For flavored vinegars, ingredients such as ...

www.deliaonline.com/ingredient/vinegar

Vinegar. Personally, I would want to have about half a dozen vinegars available. They keep better and for longer than oils, so it's good to have a varied selection ...

www.happy-mothering.com/01/household/is-your-white-vinegar-made-from-petroleum

Jan 29, 2013 ... On the other hand, when I look at the bottle of vinegar I have from Stater Bros, there is no mention of ingredients or processing. In the comments ...

paleoleap.com/what-about-vinegar

Vinegar: tangy and delicious salad dressing, or toxic Neolithic food product? ... If you start with a food that's Paleo-friendly and then reduce its sugar content ...

www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/academics/natural_science/chm_1000/vinegar.doc

Determination of Acetic Acid Content of Vinegar. by Dr. Walter Scharf and Dr. Charles Malerich. Natural Sciences, Baruch College. New York, NY 10010.