I have a question about the recipe "Low-Maintenance Fish Tacos" from Amanda Hesser. What does one part water two parts cider vinegar mean?
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It means, for example, 1TBS water and 2 TBS vinegar. I think the reason she worded it that way is to allow for different sized containers. A larger container would require more of each to cover the onions.
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Patricia, what Susan said -- thanks, Susan!
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