What are the characteristics of vinegar?


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.
Vinegar is sour. Eggshell is brittle.
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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