Hi , love vinegar on my fish n chips ! I know its brown but not sure if what they usi i shops is called brown vinegar/ malt vinegar ............. I googled it , the best way to get an answer to a question and it seems like malt vinegar is popular
I would say either malt vinegar or cider vinegar. I use which ever one I happen to have at home at the time.
In the south of England, it tends to be, non-brewed condiment, in the north of England it tends to be, malt vinegar, I live in the south and come from the north:-) I prefer malt, non-brewed is a waste of space.
I agree, its a good malt vinegar. For me the very best stuff has had pickling onions in it. Have a pickled onion too. And a pickled egg. And some mushy peas . . and an oggy (pickled dwarf cucumber). Ah you have to have a mug of strong tea and two slices of sliced "mothers pride" white bread with butter. The traditional fish in the south is cod. In the north, haddock. Hope this helps.
Sarsons Malt vinegar is the best as far as I am concerned.
by CASE1WORKER 9 months ago
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