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Is vinagre de arroz vegan?

Vinagre de arroz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vinagre de arroz?

Vinagre de arroz, or rice vinegar, is a type of vinegar made from fermented rice. It has a delicate, slightly sweet flavor and a pale yellow color, making it a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine. This vinegar is commonly used in sushi rice, pickling vegetables, and making marinades and sauces. It is also believed to have health benefits, such as aiding in digestion and promoting weight loss. Its mild acidity and subtle flavor make it a versatile ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes. With its unique taste and various uses, vinagre de arroz is a staple in many kitchens around the world.

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