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Cider Vinegar

A form of vinegar made from fermented apple juice. It can be used whenever White Wine Vinegar is called for.

It contains a combination of minerals, organic matter and acetic acid, and has many beneficial effects attributed to it. See 'Cider Vinegar; Medicinal uses'

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