Vinegar in general Reviews
Product Type: Vinegar Oil / Vinegar
Description:Type: Vinegar / Vinegar is a liquid produced from the fermentation of ethanol in a process that yields its key ingredient, acetic acid. The acetic acid concentration ranges typically from 4 to 8 percent by volume for table vinegar (typically 5%) and higher ... more
Vinegar in general ... concentrations for pickling (up to 18%) although in some countries the minimum strength may be less. Natural vinegars also contain smaller amounts of tartaric acid, citric acid, and other acids. It has been used since ancient times, and is an important element in Western and European, Asian, and other traditional cuisines of the world.
Newest Review: ... this Sarsons comes with it's own pickling jar and that you only use half a jar at a time it works out at good value at £1.30 ... more
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by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Well it's that time of year again, where has the last 12 months gone? Did we have summer? When was it Easter? I can't beleive that we are in November already. Normally I would be well on my way to having all my Christmas pressies all got and wrapped, but with the last few months events I have nothing whatsoever! There is one thing though that I must do now and this I did yesterday. This is to make my jars of Pickled Eggs for my boys. I don't remember when this first started but it was way back when they were all little and hubby is particial to a pickled egg. So I started to make my own and now it just seems to have become a regular thing that I do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/08 (Very useful, 256 readings)
Vinegar do we make the most of it? Most of us have a bottle of vinegar in our cupboards and just use it now and again to sprinkle on our chips - yet it is a most wonderful, almost magical, substance and can be used for many purposes. The word vinegar is derived from the French word 'vinaigre' which translates as "sour wine." Vinegar's role in history is well documented and it has been widely used for thousands of years. The first records of its use start around 5000 BC. The Babylonians used the fruit of the date palm to make wine and vinegar. They used it as a food and as a preserving or pickling agent. Vinegar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Vinegar is such useful stuff and not just for bringing out the taste of chips or adding to salad dressings. I use malt vinegar for adding to basic dishes - it's lovely on salads and on most fried foods, but it's the white vinegar which I find useful for cleaning. Used neat on a cloth, it's fantastic for wiping smears off mirrors and windows. I mix it with warm water for general window cleaning; it's more effective than any of the window cleaning products I have tried. The acidity in it cuts through grease and dirt leaving the windows really clean; just a final wipe with some scrunched up newspaper will bring the glass up to a fine shine. For ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/08 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Vinegar has many uses, in my mind the best use for it is to put it on chips with some salt and ketchup. However there are loads of other things that you can do with it. Instead of listing for you every recipe containing vinegar, I've comprised a list of fun facts about it, here they are: * Vinegar has been used for 10000 years! That's a very long time. ~ It is mainly used to prepare food and as a disinfectant * There is a museum dedicated just to vinegar ~ Vinegar reacts with baking soda to produce carbon dioxide (make your own volcano) * It can melt pearls ~ It will make a chicken bone rubbery after 24 hours * Salad dressings, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/08, updated on 19/05/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Vinegar's uses are endless. We all know it's a great condiment, but there are so many ways to utillise vinegars qualities around the house. Cleaning - Cleaning kitchen surfaces: mix equal parts white distilled vinegar and water and wipe over the surface. - Aluminium pots and pans with dark stains: mix 1 teaspoon of white distilled vinegar for every cup of water needed to cover the stains, let it boil for a couple of minutes and then rinse with cold water. - Cutting boards: clean and disinfect by wiping with neat white distilled vinegar. Do the same on a hob or hotplate to remove food stains and on bathroom cabinets and ... Read the complete review
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