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What's the difference between white vinegar and distilled white vinegar?

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White and distilled are types of vinegar. They differ fundamentally in their acetic acid content. White, also known as spirit vinegar, has 5% to 20% acetic acid. ... Distilled vinegar, on the other hand, is better for cooking, flavouring, food preservation and as a natural home remedy.

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White wine vinegar is made by allowing white wine to turn to vinegar. It has a much more complex flavor profile. It is also frequently less sour (acidic) than distilled white vinegar.

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