TenderiserFor a shiny crust on homemade bread and rolls use this trick: just before they have finished baking, take them out, brush crusts with vinegar, return to oven to finish baking and you will be amazed at the shine!
Use vinegar when cooking as a tenderiser for great results! Add a tablespoon to water when boiling ribs or meat for stews, and you will find that even the toughest meat will be so tender you can cut with a fork, or that it will fall off the bone!
Olives and pimentos
Olives and pimentos will keep indefinitely if covered with vinegar and refrigerated.
Do you use a lot of ketchup in your home? Add vinegar to your ketchup to make it stretch out longer while still tasting great!
Are you tired of eating canned fish and shrimp that doesn’t taste fresh? Use a mixture of cooking sherry and two tablespoons of vinegar to spruce it up!
Add a spoonful of vinegar to fresh fruit salad to keep the flavor alive as served.