True or false?
Today we begin the second year of The Pantry Quiz. I hope you've had lots of fun with these Saturday morning brain teasers, and that you've learned a few things about pantry ingredients along the way. (I have!) Thank you for being here, and for playing along with the quiz every week. Now, on to this week's question!
True or false: you don't need vinegar to make a vinaigrette.
Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.
[Last week's answer: A tricky quiz last week! Ginger root has the highest water content by weight, at 91.4%, followed by yellow onions, 84.3%; garlic, 59.8%; and mayonnaise, 16%.]
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