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Is aceto di alcol vegan?

Aceto di alcol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aceto di alcol?

Aceto di alcol, also known as alcohol vinegar, is a versatile ingredient used in cooking, pickling, and preserving. It is made by fermenting alcohol, such as wine or cider, with acetic acid bacteria. The resulting liquid has a sharp, tangy taste and a pungent aroma. Aceto di alcol is commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in Italian and Spanish dishes. Its acidic properties make it a popular ingredient for marinades, salad dressings, and sauces. It can also be used to add a unique flavor to pickled vegetables or fruits. Due to its acidity, it is important to use aceto di alcol in moderation, as too much can overwhelm the dish.

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