Types and Use of Vinegar

Balsamic Vinegar: Use as a salad dressing, over vegetables and in fruit.

Apple Cider Vinegar: Use as a condiment, preserving and pickling fruit, in salad dressing. Can be used as a substitute for rice vinegar.

Malt Vinegar: Use for fish and french fries and pickling. It is used in Worcestershire sauce.

Rice Vinegar: Use in sweet and sour recipes, in soups, sushi, dressings, in Chinese and Japanese dishes. Use replacement for white wine vinegar

White Wine Vinegar: Use in salad dressing, in mayonnaise, in hollandaise sauces and flavored vinegars. 

Red Wine Vinegar: Use in cooking beef, lamb or game by adding it to the pan juices.

Raspberry and Fruit Vinegars:  Use in a fruit salad or as an ingredient in salad dressing.

Vinaigrette: A mixture of vinegar and oil, usually olive oil. Add it to mustard, chives, onions and garlic. Use as a salad dressing or serve it with steamed fish or hot vegetables. 

Red Rice Vinegar: Use for a dipping sauce, in noodles, soup and seafood dishes, hot and sour soup. Red rice vinegar can be used as a substitute for black vinegar by adding a small amount of sugar. 

Distilled White Vinegar: Use for pickling, cleaning glass and as a detergent and disinfectant.

Vinegar Substitute: Use lemon juice.