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Cider Vinegar

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What is it?

Cider vinegar a is golden-colored vinegar that is distilled from apples, and it has a slightly fruity flavor. It is a lovely component in any savory dishes that incorporate apples or apple cider or are slightly sweet (root vegetables are a good example), and it can also be used in salads, sauces, and marinades. It may not be the best choice, however, for flavor infusions, because it has a stronger flavor than delicate white wine or champagne vinegar.

How to store:

Cider vinegar lasts for an indefinite amount of time, closed tightly in a cool, dark, dry place.

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