"I find that a lot of the name brands have just a little better quality," says Proto. "It's worth the few pennies more you pay." Anything neutral, like white vinegar, I buy the store brand," he says. But for flavours that will star in a dish, like sherry or red wine vinegar, he goes with a known name.
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