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Cider vinegarCider vinegar is a brownish-yellow vinegar made from fermented apple cider. The result isa harsh acidic flavour that burns the throat if used straight. If you dilute it with otheringredients such as sugar or honey, it will provide a striking flavour in your dressings.Rice vinegarRice vinegar is distilled from fermented white or black (glutinous) rice. White rice vinegaris light yellow and has a delicate flavour. Black rice vinegar is darker and has a morepronounced flavour, mainly due to being aged for a longer period.Both versions are popular in Asian cuisine. Rice vinegar is essential when you arepreparing sushi rice for cold starters, and you can also use it to dress Asian vegetable andrice salads.Thanh Tam Le
SITHCCC006 Prepare appetisers and saladsdidasko.com2016 Edition21Sugar vinegarSugar vinegar is made from either cane or palm sugar which has been diluted into asolution of water and yeast to ferment. It can range from pale yellow to golden brown andhas a mellow ‘fresh’ flavour.Sugar vinegar is most popular in Filipino cuisine. Its mellow flavour also lends itself tosalad dressings where a strong acid taste is not required.Fruit vinegarMost fruit vinegars are made from wine vinegar infused with fruit such as apple, blackcurrant, strawberry, raspberry and quince without any additional flavours. However, thebest quality fruit vinegars are made from the actual fruit. The taste of the original fruitremains in the finished product, providing a range of interesting flavours.White vinegarWhite vinegar is the cheapest of all vinegars. Commercially, it is manufactured by adding5% acetic acid to a solution of water and salt. Alternatively, it may be produced byoxidising distilled maize grain alcohol.It is available in one litre bottles or bulk containers ranging in size from 5 L to 25 Lcontainers. White vinegar is used when making mayonnaise, but may also be used in arange of other salad dressings.Infused vinegarMost vinegar varieties can be infused with flavour by adding fresh sprigs of herbs, garliccloves, chilli, lemon peel or even rose petals. Light-coloured, mild-tasting vinegars such aswhite wine vinegar are used for this purpose. They allow the flavour of the infusion tocome through.Béarnaise sauce made from tarragon vinegar is a typical example.Note...Have you ever tried a wine that tasted very sour and acidic, just like vinegar? If so, youwon’t be surprised to learn that the word ‘vinegar’ comes from two French words ‘vin’ and‘aigre’ or ‘sour wine’.Variety is the spice of lifeOil and vinegar are the most common base ingredients you will use to make saladdressings. However, you are not limited to only these.Click on the checkboxes to see other ingredients you can use as bases.

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