If the recipe simply states vinegar, look at the other ingredients in the dish before making your selection.
has a sweet-sour taste good with meat, salads or sprinkled on fresh strawberries.
has a mild, slightly sweet flavor and can be used in fruit pickles and pork dishes.
, which is made from malted barley, is too strong to flavor salads but tastes good when served with fish and chips or used to make chutneys and pickles.
has a rich flavor that works well in meat casseroles, tomato soups such as gazpacho, and dressings for green salads.
White Wine Vinegar
is the best choice for mayonnaise and classic butter sauces. Both white and red wine vinegars are indispensable for salad dressings and marinades.
which contains summer berries, can be used on their own in fruit salads or mixed with oil to make a vinaigrette to serve with chicken, salad or vegetables such as asparagus.
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