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Is vinegar vegan?

Vinegar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vinegar?

Vinegar is a tart, acidic liquid that's commonly used as a condiment and flavor enhancer in cooking. It's made by fermenting alcohol, typically from wine or cider, with acetic acid bacteria. The resulting vinegar has a sharp, tangy flavor that can add a bright, acidic note to a variety of dishes, from salads to marinades to sauces. In addition to its culinary uses, vinegar has been prized for centuries for its purported health benefits, such as aiding digestion and lowering blood sugar levels. With its versatile flavor profile and purported health benefits, vinegar is a pantry staple that's here to stay.

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