i want to make an english muffin loaf and the recipe calls for vinegar, but i'm out - can i use apple cider vinegar or white wine vinegar instead, or will the flavor be weird? thanks!
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Sarah is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I'd opt for white wine vinegar over apple cider, which has a stronger flavour - but yes definitely it can be used.
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I'm assuming it's a small amount of vinegar, no more than a tablespoon or two, right? If so, totally ok to use another kind of vinegar. Who knows, you might find that you like it better!
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