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    White Wine VInegar

Food Percentage of DRI per 100 grams


Stored in a cool, dark place, vinegar can keep indefinitely. The acidity will prevent bacteria from growing, making vinegar a self-preservative. However, vinegar can sometimes lose some of its flavor after opened. It is ideal to store it in a glass bottle, preferably dark tinted glass, to keep light out. 


Vinegar has been used for centuries as a home remedy for treating ailments like fungus, lice, acne, dandruff, and sore throat. It is also useful as a natural disinfectant for topical injuries, household cleaning product, natural skin tonic, and asa food preservative. The acetic acid inhibits certain pathogens and bacteria such as E. coli to proliferate, making vinegar really useful for those who avoid chemical products. It won´t be as effective as hydrogen peroxide as a disinfectant though.


The main substance in vinegar, acetic acid, can kill bacteria and/or prevent them from multiplying and reaching harmful levels. It can be great as a natural cleaning product, organic beauty care and home remedy to replace harsh chemical products. But when it comes to consumption, use sparingly.