Vinegar is not flammable.
The fermentation of apple juice to produce vinegar is a chemical change.
Yes, the mixing is possible.
Try using raw organic apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar make a volcano erupt slow.
Apple cider vinegar make a volcano erupt slow
apple cider vinegar tablets are different to apple cider vinegar because they are tablets
Yes, apple cider vinegar and cider vinegar are the same thing and is made from fermented apples.
Yes, apple cider vinegar is an acid. Shall I hence the word "vinegar." Apple cider vinegar has vinegar in it which means its automatically an acid.
Yes, cider vinegar and apple cider vinegar are the same thing.
as apple cider ages it turns to alcoholic apple cider then to apple cider vinegar. So take apple cider leave it out preferable in a cool dark place and wait after a certain amount of weeks you will have apple cider vinegar.
An apple cider vinegar is a variety of vinegar made from cider or apple must along with yeast and bacteria, matured in wooden barrels.
Technically, yes. As apple cider ages, it turns into apple cider vinegar. But you shouldn't substitute them for each other!
You probably don't. Apple cider vinegar tastes nothing like apple cider. Vinegar is sour, cider is generally sweet, although some refer to "cider" as a fermented apple juice.
No, the difference is that apple cider (hard) is alcoholic whereas cider vinegar is acidic. No, EWWW
Apple cider vinegar is primarily made from apple cider, the alcohol in the cider having been oxidized to produce the vinegar. Apple cider is in turn made from the fermented juice of pressed apples.
Apple Cider. That's all it takes is apple cider fermenting with the help of some yeast into vinegar.