Share some ways you use this stuff around your house or culinary.
I use plain vinegar for cleaning my coffeemaker and tea maker out, plus I like to use it for cleaning windows and even floors. I very seldom use it in cooking, lol.
I do like red wine vinegar mixed with olive oil--then sprinkled on subs when I make them.
I use vinegar for fish, to marinate it with black pepper little bit of salt and soy sauce!. You can put it in oven or fry it with canola oil
Vinegar is used also to cook fish with garlic and little bit of salt and little water. Simmer it.
Vinegar in general is used to preserve food in general - like pickles - cucumber, mango or papaya
I agree with TamCor also use it in my laundry. My sons love that their 'work' clothes don't smell
I use white cane vinegar for cleaning floors, windows, counter surfaces. I also use it for making sweet and sour sauces, cleansing meats and vegetables before cooking. I prefer red wine and balsamic vinegars for salad dressings, balsamic for cooking and apple cider for drinking.
Fruit fly traps! Apple cider vinegar with some dish soap in it will trap tons of flies. Who said you kill more flies with honey than with vinegar?
Also good for first aid, helps with fungus related things.
I use vinegar for cooking and cleaning purposes.
Uses of vinegar for cleaning.
Takes out the dirt from the chimney
To wash fruits: fill the sink with water and add a tea spoon of vinegar and put the fruits. Keep for an hour and wash with water.
Takes out the stains from the carpet: In a sprinkler add a 5 tea spoon of vinegar and a tea spoon of soda and some water. Spray this water on the carpet and leave it for some time. Vacuum clean the carpet and it is fresh and dirt free again. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar then add some fragrance oil.
I also use vinegar for cooking. I basically use for taste. I add in all my Chinese dishes and also Indian dishes like chicken tikka, chicken curry masala.
I use vinegar to help keep my kitchen sink pipes clean. I heard this directly from a plumber. I add a bit of baking soda to that mixture occasionally too (there is such a Mr. Wizard reaction to mixing the two )
I usually used vinegar for cleaning the glass windows and mirrors and sometimes for making sweet and sour sauce for my fried tuna fish.
Last night I used some red wine vinegar in a sauce for shrimp. Our guest loved it.
Brussel sprouts...I love to sprinkle it on the veggies after they are steamed.
by breathe2travel 5 years ago
Do you think gargling salt water or raw apple cider vinegar is more effective for fighting sickness?
by mama_em 5 months ago
How do you clean and polish a dark hardwood floor without harsh chemicals and without damage? Tips, anyone?
by hardwood 10 months ago
can i wash a hardwood floor?i like to wash my hardwood floor with water.And it is dry quick. But i'm not sure it is right to do.
by RichusFridum 5 years ago
I meet a lot of women who consider this insulting or at least an outdated way of thinking but why is it so wrong?
by IzzyM 8 years ago
Has anyone here tried taking apple cider vinegar to dissolve gall-stones, and has it worked?
by Matthew Dawson 7 years ago
What is the best natural cleaning agent to clean mirrors and/or windows?Here recently I have been looking into natural cleaners does any one have any suggestions...
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