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Sometimes the vinegar I have on hand has gone cloudy or a skin has formed on/in it. Is it still okay to use it?

asked by monkeymom about 8 years ago

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AntoniaJames
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added about 8 years ago

If it smells okay, just skim it off. The scum or film just means that the chemical processes that made it vinegar in the first place are still active. ;o)

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added about 8 years ago

Thanks AJ! I was just wondering the same thing the other day ...

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monkeymom
added about 8 years ago

Thanks indeed AJ!

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ShieldCook7
added about 8 years ago

Fresh fresh fresh for sure. If you're cooking with it that's fine but as a finish you should only be using newer vinegar and a good 1+ year old one at that.

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