article_vinegars.jpgWhat would our favorite Pinoy dishes like adobo, kilawin, and fried lumpia be without vinegar as marinade, flavoring, or dipping sauce? This sour condiment can be made from a variety of products, all predominantly sour but with varying degrees of tartness and even sweetness.

Get to know more about this must-have condiment by browsing the gallery below.

(First published as “Vinegar Basics” in the “Food” section of Good Housekeeping Philippines’ June 2002 issue. Adapted for use in Female Network. Photo by Rainer Zenz via Flickr Creative Commons.)

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