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A condiment, popular in Britain during the 17th and 18th centuries, made from wort (a by-product of the brewing process).

It increasingly took the place of verjuice in pickles and sauces. Over time its name was changed to vinegar, which had formerly only been used to describe the "wine-based" product. See Wort

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