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Old 07-15-2017, 07:01 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Addie View Post
For my own taste, I hate white vinegar but am a big fan of apple cider vinegar. That is what I use when I make the KFC Cole Slaw. It really gives the slaw a nice flavor. I find the apple cider vinegar is less harsh and adds less acid to the product that I am using it for. I also use a Chinese vinegar at times. That is for a less acidic taste. Sometimes I will slice a couple of tomatoes and a cucumber, and let them sit in the Chinese vinegar. Makes for a great snack when I want something to munch on.
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