But of course, yes.
Any white wine vinegar will do. Failing that, try apple cider vinegar.
No, the difference is that apple cider (hard) is alcoholic whereas cider vinegar is acidic. No, EWWW
Yes but the flavor will be different.
Yes, you can substitute apple-cider vinegar for red-wine vinegar; it works very well. In fact, you can actually turn apple-cider vinegar into red-wine vinegar by adding 1/2 cup of red wine to a quart of apple-cider vinegar.
You can use apple cider vinegar instead of red wine vinegar for a salad dressing. This will likely give it a whole different flavor, and some people may even think it is not good.
I don't think soo... My mom uses distilled white vinegar..SO I would recommend using that instead of the Apple cider vinegar
You probably don't. Apple cider vinegar tastes nothing like apple cider. Vinegar is sour, cider is generally sweet, although some refer to "cider" as a fermented apple juice.
apple cider vinegar tablets are different to apple cider vinegar because they are tablets
Any other mild white vinegar like apple cider vinegar, rice wine vinegar, even just plain white vinegar would work.
Apple vinegar and apple cider vinegar refer to the same product. This is used for health benefits, cleaning, and disinfecting.
apple cider tastes like apple and white vinegar looks white and vinegar looks like vinegar.
Yes, apple cider vinegar is an acid. Shall I hence the word "vinegar." Apple cider vinegar has vinegar in it which means its automatically an acid.
Yes vinegar does rot an apple
well it depends what are u cooking
Apple juice can BECOME vinegar when it is fermented by acetobacters. It does not contain vinegar- it is changed INTO vinegar.
If it's only a few tablespoons it would be ok. If it needs more than that, your recipe probably wouldn't taste the way it should, since apple cider vinegar has a distinct taste.
You can if you want to but I won't eat it! Yuck!
Apple vinegar may be eaten, but it is awfully sour.
Yes but the result will be different. The distilled white vinegar does not add any specific flavor but the apple cider vinegar will impart a distinctively "fruity" undertone to whatever you're pickling. The pickling process will succeed but your end result will change.
Perhaps. I wouldn't suggest it vineger is nasty. Get some Muinex!
May be not, but apple vinegar can be used to replace sushi vinegar for sushi rice.
No. Apple cider vinegar is the direct product of fermented apple juice. Balsamic apple cider vinegar has been allowed to evaporate, losing acetic acid and water, but mellowing and concentrating the flavor.
An apple cider vinegar is a variety of vinegar made from cider or apple must along with yeast and bacteria, matured in wooden barrels.
Yes, apple cider vinegar and cider vinegar are the same thing and is made from fermented apples.