Are vinegars interchangeable..? What vinegar could I use in place of red wine vinegar?
Yes and No. Yes in that they are all acids. No, because the flavor and acidity react differently depending on the type. A champagne vinegar for instance would be more delicate and have a more wine-y profile, whereas a balsamic would give off much more complexity based on its age. Some of the latter are even sipped, as an alternative to dessert. Perhaps if you told us what you were cooking, we could give you better guidance
Sherry Vinegar is a great alternative to Re Wine Vinegar.
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