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Is There Any Differance Between White Vinegar & Synthetic Vinegar?

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White vinegar have no color but also synthetic .on the other hand synthetic vinegar may have color or may not have color .
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Different types of vinegars are produced depending on the materials and manufacturing practices used:
White Distilled Vinegar
The distilled white vinegar is most commonly used in households, food industries, and pharmaceutical companies. It is produced through the acetic fermentation of diluted distilled alcohol. The distilled alcohol is derived from different sources like sugar cane, corn grains, molasses, etc.
Apple Cider Vinegar
This vinegar is produced through the alcoholic fermentation and subsequent apple juice acetification. This is probably the second most commonly used vinegar, mainly because its delicate and exquisite taste.
Fruit Vinegar
This is made of several fruits through alcoholic fermentation and subsequent acetification. Although the apple juice is the most commonly used to make vinegar in the United States and other countries, there are several other fruit juices that also produce vinegar like the banana, oranges, pineapples, blueberries, etc. Any fruit or vegetable that contains a lot of sugar could be used for this purpose.
Wine/Grape Vinegar
This vinegar is produced through the alcoholic fermentation and subsequent grape juice acetification. This type of vinegar is most commonly used in Europe, specifically France and Italy. Its name and characteristics vary depending on the region where it is produced (Spain: Sherry Vinegar; Italy: Balsamic Vinegar; France: Red Wine Vinegar).
Malt Vinegar
The malt vinegar is produced through the alcoholic fermentation and subsequent acetification without distillation. It is basically made of a barley malt infusion or other cereals where the starches become maltose.
OTHER TYPES OF VINEGARS
Sugar, Cane or Sugar Cane Vinegars
The sugar vinegars are made through the alcoholic and acetic fermentation of sugary solutions, syrups or molasses.
Grain Sugar Vinegars
These are made through the alcoholic and acetic fermentation of sugar and a corn starch solution or a glucose prepared of corn grains.
Rice Vinegars
Is made through the alcoholic and acetic fermentation of sugars derived from rice or concentrated rice without being distilled. The Rice Vinegar is most commonly used in Asia where rice crops are abundant.
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