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white vinegar where can i get this from

keli Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
as title says really i dont want to order it from website, is there a normal shop i can get it from i thought i had found some but had brought clear vinegar :o
keli Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
tesco ,any supermarket have it
#2
Are you sure that 'white vinegar' isn't really clear (ie distilled malt vinegar)?
#3
Is your clear vinegar not white vinegar?
#4
Epic.





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#5
Have you tried Costco?
#6
no it is the same as normal vinegar but clear i looked up white vinegar on google and it was a different description to what i had brought. i got it from tescos for 50p so i thought i was getting a bargain lol. i am going from this book i brought about vinegar and it gives you all sort of remidies it also mentions cider vinegar which i also havent seen
#7
did you mean

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or

Distilled vinegar

Any type of vinegar may be distilled to produce a colourless solution of about 5% to 8% acetic acid in water. This is variously known as distilled, spirit[9] or white vinegar, and is used for medicinal, laboratory and cleaning purposes as well as in cooking, including pickling[10]. The most common starting material, due to its low cost, is malt vinegar.

The term 'spirit vinegar' is sometimes reserved for the stronger variety (5% to 20% acetic acid) made from sugar cane[11] or from chemically produced acetic acid.[10]


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#8
keli
no it is the same as normal vinegar but clear i looked up white vinegar on google and it was a different description to what i had brought. i got it from tescos for 50p so i thought i was getting a bargain lol. i am going from this book i brought about vinegar and it gives you all sort of remidies it also mentions cider vinegar which i also havent seen


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aghhh.....pet hate.

I'm 99% certain it's the same thing. :)
#9
bellabonkers
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aghhh.....pet hate.

I'm 99% certain it's the same thing. :)


i always do that even though i know its wrong :-D
#10
shanecr thats the one i bought the bottom tesco one i just going to give it a whirl thanks guys rep left for you all x
#11
Cider vinegar should be available from most supermarkets too, Morrisons do it, and so oo ALDI.

Used to give it to our chickens (good for them etc.)

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