Vinegar doesn't jump to mind as a cocktail mixer, but when the tangy, bracing tonic is macerated with fresh fruit and sugar, it becomes a bartender's favorite: a shrub.
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Everything you need to know about some of the most common cooking vinegars.
There are numerous labeling conventions, numerous methods of production, numerous claims of authenticity, and a boggling range of quality and price.
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