Among the most widely used organic substances throughout history, from antiquity to modern times, we have the vinegar or dilute solution of acetic acid. This organic compound is a weak acid that is used in the chemical industry and in the gastronomy area, as it allows cooking without fire and seasoning all kinds of salads.
The vinegar is an organic compound created by the fermentation process of wine and apple, which is a reversible chemical reaction, i.e. it can be turned back into wine by reverse fermentation processes.
Vinegar is a water miscible substance, which has an acetic acid content of 3 to 5% diluted in water or universal solvent.
Today, one of the most widely used vinegars in kitchens all over the world is the vinegar that has been used for many years. balsamic vinegar. This type of vinegar is also known as aceto balsamico di Mondena and is dark in colour and has a fruity aroma and a very strong taste, making it one of the most sought-after vinegars in the world. Below, we will watch a video explaining how the vinegar is made. balsamic vinegar: