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Clear rice vinegar 白米醋 (bái mǐ cù)

Clear rice vinegar is made from fermented white rice and has a milder flavor than Western white vinegar. Find it bottled at any Asian grocery store or most supermarkets. You may substitute cider vinegar.

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