No. Unopened vinegar will store indefinitely if kept in a cool dry place
However opened vinegar will lose its taste after about 6 months through evaporation. Refrigeration may extend that period. If vinegar becomes cloudy - sniff it to see if it smells "off" (you will be able to tell) if it seems OK you can run it through a filter paper to make it clear again.
No, it can be stored on the pantry shelf.
No, red wine vinegar does not have to be refrigerated. It will spoil over a very long time, but that is not related to the storage temperature, rather to its exposure to air.
Red wine vinegar is not a combination of vinegar and red wine. It is red wine that has turned to vinegar, the alcohol being converted to acid.
No, red wine can turn into vinegar.
It is vinegar made from red wine.
No. Red wine should be decanted, especially if it is older, before serving.
No vinegar is different from wine.
There is no alcohol in red wine vinegar.
pH of Red Wine Vinegar is 2.4
Of course a toddler can have red wine vinegar.
No,red wine vinegar does not contain any sugar.
No they are not the same thing. White wine vinegar is made from white wine just like red wine vinegar is made from red wine. My grandpa used to make vinegar for salad from red wine. White vinegar is just white vinegar the one found in the grocery store. I am sure you can find the white wine vinegar too. :-)
vinegar is just sour wine. lol
red wine vinegar
Red wine vinegar is red wine which has oxidized to turn into vinegar. Unless your vinegar is what is called "non-brewed condiment," ALL vinegar is oxidized alcoholic liquor. Wine vinegars are made from wines, cider vinegar is made from fermented apple juice, malt vinegar is made from a simple beer, etc.
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.
Heinz states that their brand of red wine vinegar is gluten free.
No. Red wine vinegar contains no alcohol.
Vinegar is made from Wine so perhaps using a white or red wine in place of vinegar?
Substitute 4 parts red wine to every 2 parts of cider vinegar.
Yes, you can substitute red for white and white for red wine vinegar. The flavor is slightly different, but the similarities are greater.
Only if you want what every you are cooking to taste like vinegar.