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Is table vinegar vegan?

Table vinegar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is table vinegar?

Table vinegar, also known as white vinegar, is a versatile and widely-used ingredient in cooking, pickling, and cleaning. Made from fermented ethanol, this clear and colorless liquid has a sharp and acidic taste that adds tanginess and depth to various dishes. It has a mild flavor compared to other types of vinegar, making it a popular choice for salad dressings, marinades, and sauces. Apart from its culinary uses, table vinegar is also an effective cleaning agent, as its high acidity helps dissolve mineral deposits and stains. Its versatility, affordability, and health benefits make it a staple in most households.

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