Given the importance of rice in Chinese food and culture - inquiring whether a person has had their bowl of rice is a common greeting in southern China - it's not surprising that the Chinese have been using rice to make vinegar for at least 3,000 years.
Rice vinegar has many uses in Chinese cuisine. It is still less acidic and milder in flavor than regular vinegar. There is also a hint of sweetness that comes from the glutinous rice. The higher vinegar content of white rice vinegar makes it the best choice for sweet and sour dishes, for pickling vegetables and it works well in stir-fries. But don’t think you need to limit your use of rice vinegar to Chinese dishes. Creative cooks have used it to spice up everything from stewed ribs to barbecue rubs. A few tablespoons of tart rice vinegar adds a wicked kick to salad dressings.
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