Category:Mother of vinegar

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English: Mother of vinegar (New Latin: Mycoderma aceti) is a slimy membraned substance composed of yeast and bacterial cells that turn alcohol into acetic acid with the help of oxygen.
mother of vinegar 
bacterial culture used to ferment alcoholic liquids to vinegar
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  • Acetic acid bacteria
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Madre dell'aceto (it); mère de vinaigre (fr); Matka octu (pl); Оцтова матка (uk); Azijnmoeder (nl); Уксусная матка (ru); madre del vinagre (es); Essigmutter (de); mother of vinegar (en); Mother of vinegar (en-gb); Mother of vinegar (en-ca); Octová matka (cs); אם החומץ (he) bacterial culture used to ferment alcoholic liquids to vinegar (en); želatinový útvar v kvasících alkoholických tekutinách (cs) Mycoderma aceti (es); Essigkahm, Essigpilz (de); Mycoderma aceti (en)

Media in category "Mother of vinegar"

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