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  1. i didn't imagine that it was the process--as opposed to the ingredients being used to make vinegar. after i heard it was made from grain, even if it were miniscule amounts, i thought it would be something to stay away from.
  2. i sure hope you're right. distilled vinegar is in EVERYTHING. are there any prominent exceptions? thanks.
  3. hi all-- just joined. also just found out about DISTILLED VINEGAR, which is a major component in catsup, mustard, salad dressings, relish, and on and on, is a distilled GRAIN and therefore on the NO-GO list. have i been misinformed?? from what i read balsamic, apple cider, rice wine vinegars are ok. it's the distilled that you have to watch out for.