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Is barley malt vinegar vegan?

Barley malt vinegar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is barley malt vinegar?

Barley malt vinegar is a tangy, amber-colored vinegar that is made from barley malt. It has a distinct malty flavor that is slightly sweet and acidic, with a hint of caramel. The vinegar is fermented from a mixture of barley, water, and yeast, and then aged for several months to develop its rich flavor. It is a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes, including pickles, chutneys, and marinades. Barley malt vinegar is also a common condiment for fish and chips in the United Kingdom. With its unique flavor profile, barley malt vinegar adds depth and complexity to any recipe.

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