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 Post subject: How many vinegars in ya pantry?
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This one might rival the salt questions...

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Balsamic for salad dressing.

Plain white for cleaning, "expecially" hard water scale.


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probably at least 10 different ones. I'm actually a bit frightened to inventory.


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Come on Lee...
Give us a count.

I'm working on mind when I get home.

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Okay fine.

For canning/preserving:
White vinegar
Apple cider vinegar

Basalmics:
Plain balsamic glaze
Plain white balsamic
Fig balsamic glaze
Wild berry balsamic
Vanilla Fig balsamic
Georgia peach white balsamic
Dark chocolate balsamic
Raspberry blush white balsamic
Pear infused white balsamic

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Rice vinegar

so, there's a total of 12 kinds. I like making quick vinaigrettes for salads and other vegetables. Could I live without most, sure. I just happen to think that different vinegars are a great way to add variety to dishes.


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• Red Wine Vinegar.
• White Wine Vinegar.
• Distilled White Vinegar.
• Apple Cider Vinegar.
• Balsamic Vinegar.
• Rice Vinegar.
• Malt Vinegar.


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OKAY...

WHITE
WHITE DISTILLED
RED WINE
APPLE CIDER
CHAMPAGNE
TARRAGON
RICE
SHERRY
MALT
BALSAMIC GLAZE
BALSAMIC --- CHEAP
BALSAMIC --- EXPENSIVE

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Apple Cider: Can freeze it and use as "ice cubes." Mix with honey and lemon juice for iced coffee. Another use came up when I asked my Urologist about apple cider vinegar intake, and was told I could use apple cider juice as an able substitute, but that such ingestions should be used sparingly-- two, maybe three times every seven days. I relayed that info to my PCP who echoed the rec, and added that such ingestions of the vinegar promotes circulation in body's system.

Balsamic: Would not be without it!

Red Wine: Ditto "Balsamic's" kudos up there, and, for me, no salt or pepper need be applied: has all of the 'oinion-y' and 'pepper-y' notes needed.

White Wine: None in the pantry; but always at least a bottle in the garage. White wine vinegar -- as chawlie so ably noted -- can serve as a non-abrasive cleanser: If you are sans Liquid Plumber or Drano, A cu of white wine vinegar and hot water works wonders on drains! CAVEAT: Do not pour this mixture down the garbage disposal drain. [b]

Pardon my manners, If Y'awl will: I would not dare touch United's query post, and don't see any reason to d so unless some "Words come;" but United, if you see this, here's waving at'cha with a welcome "home!" (and an aside: Our remaining relatives in California, fortunately, aren't affected by the devastating fires. But they reported the other day that now some [b]200 MILION
residents/business owners are under some kind of 'red alert'. Sad. Here's hoping, again, fr a good visit "home" and upon return, all is found well. Food here? Of course. Caring here? Of course. sharing here? Of course. Prayers here? OF COURSE!


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