Yes, you can substitute it. However, you will get a different flavor from it. Other possible substitutions are wine or citrus juice. I usually use half vinegar and half lemon juice.
You can but there will be a taste difference.
Apple cider, hard cider if you can get it. Pickle juice is good alternative to vinegar, also. Pickle juice is mainly vinegar.
Absolutely you could substitute cider vinegar for red wine vinegar in barbeque sauce. Apple Cider vinegar is slightly sweeter and is a little more mellow, making it actually preferable in some recipes.
You COULD substitute malt vinegar for cider vinegar, but there would be a different taste in the final product.
Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apples and an ingredient called 'mother' to help the process of turning it into vinegar. White distilled vinegar is distilled alcohol.
Substitute 4 parts red wine to every 2 parts of cider vinegar.
White vinegar is clear, cider vinegar is golden color, never substitute one for the other unless you are making a salad dressing and if you do that the taste will be off.
rice vinegar or cider vinegar.
the type of vinegar that has a bigger reaction to baking soda out of this to type apple cider or white distilled vinegar is white distilled vinegar.
white wine vinegar
Wine vinegar, followed by rice vinegar, and then white vinegar.
yes because it is a good substitute.
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Technically, yes. As apple cider ages, it turns into apple cider vinegar. But you shouldn't substitute them for each other!
You cannot usually substitute balsamic vinegar for cider vinegar. The flavor profiles are quite different. However the chemical properties are similar, so the actual answer depends on the particular situation.
In clear vinegar: White distilled vinegar, and water In the other one: Apple cider vinegar, and water
Yes, you certainly can. You could use wine or citrus juice as well. You will get different flavors with the different liquids, so experiment and taste often!
Yes but the flavor will be different.
Apple cider vinegar is less processed (more whole) and therefore more healthful. I have heard that there is evidence that white distilled vinegar (acetic acid) is a carcinogen and apple cider vinegar (malic acid) is better for you because your body already makes it as part of your digestive juices.
I don't think soo... My mom uses distilled white vinegar..SO I would recommend using that instead of the Apple cider vinegar
No. Balsamic is sweet and cider is tart. A red wine reduction would be a better substitute for the balsamic.
Yes. The apple cider flavor will be much milder than with the tarragon.