The Vinegar book Great uses for Vinegar

Cooking with vinegar: Page 1

Wherever you may travel through out the world you will find vinegar. Vinegar is used primarily in pickling but there are so many more uses that can make your taste buds jump for joy! If you experiment with the uses of vinegar in your home, you will notice many tastes of food are actually enhanced with vinegar. What are you waiting for � get cooking!

Less gas
If you are a bean lover, but you don�t like the gas that beans gives you, try this little trick. Using apple cider vinegar, soak your favorite bean (or split pea or even garbanzo beans!) in the vinegar overnight. Rinse the beans completely. Works great!

If you put a few drops of vinegar in pasta as it boils, the starch is cut way lower. This makes the pasta less sticky and makes it so much easier to handle.

Egg yolk substitute
If you are in the middle of baking and you find that you are running short on egg yolks you can substitute one tablespoon of white vinegar for each egg that you are short for the same great results!

If you are allergic to eggs, use a tablespoon of vinegar as a replacement for eggs in cakes, muffins, brownies or cookies for a great taste that you can eat!

Scrambled eggs
When scrambling eggs, add a tablespoon of vinegar to your mixture to boost the flavor of your eggs. While milk makes your eggs fluffy, vinegar adds zest.

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