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Have We All Been Wrong About Distilled White Vinegar?

Melanie Wong | Apr 17, 202012:52 AM     3

Scott Hocker advocates for distilled white vinegar:

" . . . Distilled white vinegar has some thoughts on all this. Distilled white vinegar is clear, made from the fermentation of distilled alcohol. No murky traces of a long genealogy. It is made in an industrial setting, quick and efficient. It is the braying runt of the vinegar and acid litter, unloved for no good reason. Distilled white vinegar insists that unadulterated brashness is a cooking attribute. Why whisper of terroir and nuance when you can, well, yell? . . . "

Have We All Been Wrong About Distilled White Vinegar?

Sometimes you need acidity in your cooking, without the taste of vinegar (or lemon, or lime). Distilled white vinegar is here for you.

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