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Is aceto di vino vegan?

Aceto di vino is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aceto di vino?

Aceto di vino, also known as wine vinegar, is a tangy and flavorful ingredient commonly used in Italian cuisine. It is made by fermenting wine, usually red, until it turns into vinegar. The resulting vinegar has a distinct acidity and sweetness that enhances the flavor of dishes. Aceto di vino is commonly used as a dressing for salads, a marinade for meat, or a flavoring for sauces. Its deep ruby color and complex flavor make it a versatile ingredient in both savory and sweet recipes. With a unique blend of acidity and fruitiness, aceto di vino adds depth and complexity to any dish it is used in.

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