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vinegarvin‧e‧gar /ˈvɪnɪɡə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  vinegar.jpg DFCa sour-tasting liquid made from malt or wine that is used to improve the taste of food or to preserve it
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vinegarThen add the cranberries, salt, pepper and vinegar.Then there is the heirloom tomato salad with baby spinach, a little white balsamic vinegar and feta cheese.He decided on a brutal vinegar poultice.Stir in vinegar and parsley just before serving.Treacle sponge, £1.50, had custard but no vinegar.The most effective deterrent, however, is that simple household substance, vinegar.Forget the vinegar bottle, today there are pinches of salt. - Leicester University Press, £35.To make vinaigrette, in a small bowl, whisk together vinegar, mustard, and basil.
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