Not Just for Fish and Chips: Malt Vinegar
Malt vinegar is made by malting barley, brewing it into ale, and then turning the ale into vinegar. Light to dark brown in color, it’s flavor is malty, lemony, and slightly sweet. The vinegar is classic accompaniment to cut through the oilness of fried fish and potatoes, but it’s also excellent for use in sweet-sour marinades and chutneys, as well as pickles (as long as it has at least 5% acidity).
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