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Is vinegar ok????

on the back all it says is distilled grains??? how am I to know which grains???? Does anyone know of a safe vinegar???

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distillation removes the very large gluten protein from the distillate that is left over for vinegar (or alcohol, for that matter). it's fine. besides that, vinegar, when on an ingredient label in a food by itself, must - by law - refer to apple cider vinegar, which isn't made from grains. "grain vinegar" can come from wheat - or corn or a number of other grains.


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Just stay away from malt vineager or flavored vineagers (not all are, but causious advise).


Lisa

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Guest j_mommy

Great!!! Thanks you guys!!!!! Going grocery shopping tomorrow...didn't want to have a meltdown in the store!LOL

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Heinz distilled white vinager is derived from corn but many are not, just the word vinager in a label means it has to be derived from apples. I react to distilled grains the same as I do gluten foods, not all do, so I make sure to call the company to make sure that the grain in the vinager is corn or wood derived and not wheat.


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