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What are the characteristics of vinegar?

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well vinegar is an acedic acid and is made of ingredients.
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Vinegar is made by two biological processes, the result of the action of harmless microorganisms (yeast & acetobacter) that turn sugars into acetic acid.
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Vinegar is sour. Eggshell is brittle.
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The principal organoleptic characteristics are its intense brown colour, limpid and brilliant aspect and its pleasantly acetic smell and taste with a trace of sweetness.
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