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Plan to make it tonight and the recipe I'm using calls for white vinegar. Is just regular white vinegar Ok, or should use a white white vinegar or some other type?

TIA


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regular white


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Plan to make it tonight and the recipe I'm using calls for white vinegar. Is just regular white vinegar Ok, or should use a white white vinegar or some other type?

TIA


you can use lime juice too


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I learned how to cook adobe from my 78 year old mexican mother in law. On my recipe it says 'apple.' I've used both apple and white and can't tell a difference. Use a mortal and pestle to grind up the spices.
 
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On my recipe it says 'apple.' I've used both apple and white and can't tell a difference.


Agreed. When it comes to small quantities of vinegar in cooking I often substitute without detriment. White, cider, wine, rice.... it seems that most vinegar is vinegary.

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Use a mortal and pestle to grind up the spices.


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Thanks for the help. It is cooking now. Getting ready to pour myself a glass of Gewurztraminer and relax.


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If you put in too much white vinegar, don't despair. That's why God made Italian wine.


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Bonjour,

too late.... rice vinegar... white wine vinegar is no problem... I love Poulet au vinaigre ….forget Soy sauce Cool ....

-> If you put in too much white vinegar, don't despair. That's why God made Italian wine.<- Balsamic vinegar? Smile


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I use apple cider vinegar for a chicken and pork adobo.
 
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