I love distilled vinegar. While it’s part of my almost-daily life, I hadn’t thought to share my love of it until my friend, Cheryl Jensen (after reviewing my praise of baking soda) reminded me of distilled vinegar’s versatility. Made from a process of fermenting distilled alcohol, distilled vinegar is used in cooking, pickling, baking, cleaning, has medicinal uses and is the wonder substance behind many an elementary school scientific experiment.
Honestly, how many of your other cleaning agents are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and, oh, edible? To that end, how many other food ingredients do you use to descale a coffee pot? Bluntly, distilled vinegar is amazing.
Here’s a quick list of some of distilled vinegar’s uses.