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Does Vinegar Freeze?

The ability of vinegar to freeze depends on its acidity. Regular store vinegar we use in our homes freezes at 28 F. All the qualities of vinegar along with its acidity, density and ability to freeze, depend on main processes. Those are alcohol and acidic fermentations. The first one turns sugar into alcohol and the later one turns alcohol into acid. The higher is vinegar’s acidity, the lower temperature it requires to freeze.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 12/23/2010 - 01:17

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