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Vinegar has been in use since ancient times and is an integral element of both European and Asian cuisines. But what is the ...
origin of vinegar? Stay tuned to find out.
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What is the Origin of Vinegar
Male: In the homes across Shanxi vinegar is a must have condiment. Sixty-three-year-old Wang Rongfa is a devout user of vinegar. He booked in each day with a 30-millimeter swig of the sour sauce, one in the morning and one at night.
And he is been doing this for over 40 years. One believes that vinegar has pillage of properties that help with digestion and circulation. To him vinegar is a kind of lecture of life. But one doesn’t just live by vinegar. He also makes a living at it. He has been brewing vinegar for over 30 years, and admits for the people of Shanxi their relationship with vinegar is more than just an infatuation.
Wang Rongfa: Whenever I am traveling whether by train plane or car, I bring along 500 ml of vinegar. People are often curious about what I am drinking. When they find out it is vinegar they know I am from Shanxi. For us, consuming vinegar is not just a matter of taste, it is an obsession.
Male: Centuries ago people like Wang would have been such a novelty, in those days vinegar was more a drink than a cooking ingredient. The reason for this might well have been the fact that vinegar is derive from a drink alcohol or more precisely wine. Record shows that vinegar first appeared during the Shang Dynasty, which ruled China more than 3000 years ago. It is believed that it was the son of the famous wine maker who first stumbled upon vinegar. Instead of disposing of lots of distilled grain use to make wine, he leaves them in the yard. About 21 days later, a strong aroma emanating from the vats attracts his attention.
The liquid within taste it sours with a sweet after taste and when consumed with food it was most pleasing. He called his discovery 21 days wine or two.