Extend the life of your ketchup. When the ketchup sticks in the bottom of a nearly empty bottle, pour in a touch of white vinegar and shake it up. It will loosen the ketchup and won’t interfere with the flavor.

 
Add a splash of apple cider vinegar to rice water during cooking for fluffier rice. Source

Healthy Digezt

Add some zip to your morning tomato juice with a shot of apple cider vinegar. Source

Health Digezt

Clean your fresh fruits and vegetables with apple cider vinegar before eating. Source

Healthy Digezt

Create your own herb infused vinegars by following these simple steps. Source

Garden Therapy

Extend the life of your ketchup. When the ketchup sticks in the bottom of a nearly empty bottle, pour in a touch of white vinegar and shake it up. It will loosen the ketchup and won’t interfere with the flavor. Source

HGTV

For the perfect pie crust, add 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to the mix. Source

Fox 8

Keep baked goods light and fluffy by adding a teaspoon of vinegar to the recipe. Source

One Green Planet

Make a zippy cucumber salad with apple cider vinegar, chopped onions, and some mayo. Source

Health Digezt

Make homemade buttermilk by souring rice milk with apple cider vinegar. Source

Health Digezt

Mixing a shot of apple cider vinegar into your green super-food smoothie will liven up your favorite drink. Source

Healthy Digezt

Replace regular white vinegar in all recipes with apple cider vinegar. Source

Health Digezt

Use white distilled vinegar 1/4 to 3/4 water to soak meat to help remove bacteria and reduce changes of salmonella. Source

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Wrapping a vinegar soaked cloth around a block of cheese and storing it in the fridge can help stop the growth of mold. Source

HGTV

Marinade strawberries in balsamic vinegar and vodka and use on pancakes, in cocktails, and over ice cream. Source

Mother Nature Network

To keep eggs from cracking when boiling add a tablespoon or two of white distilled vinegar to water. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

The shelf life of olives or pimientos can be extended by refrigeration and covering them with white distilled vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Turn out great rice by adding a teaspoon of white distilled vinegar to boiling water. Then cook the rice as usual. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Keep molded gelatin desserts and salads from sagging or melting in the summer heat by adding a teaspoon of white distilled vinegar for each box of gelatin used. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

If you’ve added too much salt to a recipe, add a spoonful of white distilled vinegar and sugar to try correcting the taste. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Eliminate the greasy taste of fried foods by adding a dash of white distilled vinegar to your deep fryer before cooking. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Perk up any can of soup or sauce with a teaspoon of red or white wine vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Make perfect, fluffy meringue by adding a teaspoon of white distilled vinegar for every 3 to 4 egg whites used. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

To keep frosting from sugaring add a drop of white distilled vinegar. It will also help keep white frosting shiny and prevent it from discoloring. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Add moistness and taste to any chocolate cake mix—homemade or from a box—with a spoonful of white distilled vinegar. Then bake as usual. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Make onion odors disappear from your hands by rubbing with white distilled vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Burned something in the kitchen? Remove the odors by boiling a small amount of water with 1/4 cup white distilled vinegar. The steam will circulate throughout the room and eliminate the burned smell. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Add flavor to your fish or any fried or broiled meat with adding a few dashes of apple cider vinegar or malt vinegar to the dish. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Try having your French fries British-style! Splash apple cider vinegar or malt vinegar on your fries in place of ketchup. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Give some extra zest to your white sauce by adding 1/2 teaspoon of white distilled vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Make pasta less sticky by adding a dash of white distilled vinegar to the water as it cooks. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Freshen wilted vegetables by soaking them in cold water containing a spoonful or two of white distilled vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

To add a zesty taste to fresh fruits such as pears, cantaloupe, or honeydew, add a splash of rice or balsamic vinegar. Serve immediately to prevent the fruit from becoming soft. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

When poaching eggs, add a splash of white distilled vinegar to the water. The egg whites will keep their shape better. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Tenderize meat with white distilled vinegar. Use it in marinades or when slow cooking any tough, inexpensive cuts of meat. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

To make the perfect picnic potato salad dressing combine 1 cup mayonnaise, 3 tablespoons white distilled vinegar, 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Make a creamy vinaigrette by adding cream to a mixture of 1 part white distilled vinegar to 3 parts oil. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

To make basic vinaigrette salad dressing use 1 part white distilled vinegar to 4 parts oil. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Keep corned beef from shrinking by adding a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to the water when boiling your beef. Source

Readers Digest,"150+ Household Uses for Vinegar"

Add flavor to lentils with a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Source

One Green Planet , "How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Ramp Up Your Vegan Cooking"

Create a tangy homemade marinade with malt vinegar, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Use with chicken to create a meal with a kick. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

For added sizzle to beef marinades, combine 2/3 cup Italian Herb Seasoned Red Wine Vinegar with olive oil, salt and pepper; marinate for several hours before cooking. Source

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Instead of Italian dressing, mix Red Wine Vinegar into your favorite chili to add a little sass. Source

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Add a splash of Red Wine Vinegar to extra virgin olive oil and drizzle over sliced tomatoes and fresh basil; sprinkle with salt. Source

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Mix balsamic vinegar with a pinch of brown sugar or honey and blend with fresh berries for a sweet and tangy treat. Source

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Combine pears with white wine vinegar to create a refreshingly light addition to a salad. Source

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Blend white wine vinegar with cucumber for a smooth, springy dressing. Source

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Combine white wine vinegar with sugar and minced fresh ginger for an Asian-inspired vinaigrette. Source

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A combination of red wine vinegar, ketchup, ground cumin, and salt makes a perfect marinade for pork. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

Letting ribs simmer in a mixture of Red Wine Vinegar and Sherry Cooking Wine is a sure way to make a delicious dinner. Source

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Stir red wine vinegar into chili for a tangy flavor boost. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

Make a marinade from citrus or mango seasoned rice vinegar, and use it on your favorite grilled seafood or chicken for a citrus twist, or mix with diced vegetables for a quick, homemade salsa. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

Stir basil and oregano seasoned rice vinegar into creamy sauces, splash on fresh tomato slices, or use alone as a light and tangy salad dressing. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

Combine garlic seasoned rice vinegar with ground cumin and chopped cilantro to marinate cooked prawns for a delicious appetizer, stir into Boston-style baked beans, or stir into wasabi for tangy heat. Source

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For a quick lunch salad, toss garlic seasoned rice vinegar with leftover rice, shredded carrots, chopped mint, and sliced onion. Source

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Use seasoned rice vinegar as a tangy base for a tomato-based sloppy joe blend. Source

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The perfect balance of rice vinegar, lettuce, avocado, and beans makes a great base for a vegetarian tostada. Source

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Stir seasoned rice vinegar into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread. Source

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Whisk together some honey, natural rice vinegar, and bitters for simple yet delicious vinaigrette. Source

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Brush natural rice vinegar over thinly-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil, then season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened. Serve with grilled meat, chicken, or salad. Source

Mizkan Americas, Inc.

Consider seasoned rice vinegar as a tasty alternative in recipes calling for wine, cider, or distilled vinegar. Source

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Add a dash of herb flavored vinegar when making tuna salad to boost flavor and minimize fishy odors. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Keep cheese fresh longer by wrapping it in a cloth moistened with vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Give homemade bread a shiny crust by brushing the top of a loaf with vinegar a few minutes before baking is finished. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Keep peeled potatoes from discoloring for short term use by covering them with cold water and a splash of vinegar. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Rub fish with vinegar for a few minutes before scaling to make the process easier. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Add a couple tablespoons of either white or cider vinegar to boiling ham to reduce the salty taste and make the meat more flavorful. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Make creamy scrambled eggs. As eggs thicken when scrambling, add a tablespoon of vinegar for every two eggs used and stir until eggs are done. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

If you are short an egg for a recipe, replace it with a tablespoon of white wine vinegar. This will only work if there is another rising agent present such as baking powder, baking soda or self-rising flour. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004

Replace balsamic vinegar with apple cider vinegar for a tasty alternative to dressings, dips and marinades. Source

HGTV, "10 Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar"

Place a small bowl of vinegar next to the stove to absorb the odor next time you’re searing salmon or cooking something pungent. Source

HGTV, "If Your Vinegar Could Talk"

To keep eggs from cracking, add two tablespoons of white vinegar per quart of water before you boil. Your cooked eggs will stay intact and be easy to peel. Source

HGTV, "If Your Vinegar Could Talk"