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ØVinegar is a liquid obtained by alcoholic and acetic fermentation of suitable material containing sugar and starch (atleast 4/29/12 10%fermentable sugar).INTRODUCTION: Ø The word vinegar comes from a old French word “VIN AIGRE” which Means Sour wine. .
The fast fermentation takes only a few hours to days and also requires machinery for oxygenation. Ø 4/29/12 .
ethanol had been fermented in. The different types of vinegar are listed below: Ø 4/29/12 . The vinegar is classified based upon the liquid.Whereas the slow fermentation process takes about a few weeks to months to occur naturally.
Wine vinegar tends to have lower acidity than that of white or cider vinegar. The best example includes Champange. v 4/29/12 WINE VINEGAR .WINE VINEGAR: Wine vinegar is made from red and white wine. Sherry.
4/29/12 . The malt is then brewed from the maltose and vinegar is obtained which is usually light brown in colour.v MALT VINEGAR: Malt vinegar is made by malting barley which in turn causes the starch grain to turn to maltose.
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR: It is prepared from the cider or the apple and is usually light brown in colour. It is unfiltered and unpasterized and hence has a lot of medicinal values. v 4/29/12 .
by infusing fresh fruit into an existing vinegar or by adding fruit flavor. for marinating. They are best used on vegetable and fruit salads.FRUIT VINEGAR Fruit vinegar is made by fermenting a fruit wine into vinegar. 4/29/12 .
BALSAMIC VINEGAR: It is an aromatic and aged type of vinegar. v 4/29/12 . Its is aged around 12-35 years and can be stored for more than 100 years. It has a high acidity and sweet flavor and lightly brown color.
vPALM VINEGAR: Palm vinegar. made from fermented coconut water.COCONUT VINEGAR: Coconut vinegar. made from the fermented sap from flower clusters of the nipa palm v 4/29/12 .
4/29/12 . flavoring. controlling cholesterol and triacylglycerol effects. diet control. blood glucose control and diabetic management.USES: § For culinary purpose such as pickling. saucing §Medicinal purposes such as soothing for Sunburns.
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