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vinegar for cleaning coming from corn

Asked on December 27, 2014
Created October 01, 2011 at 10:22 AM

Hi all, someone on a local WAPF list asked this and no one has replied, but I'm really curious as well:

I like to use vinegar to clean but realized since the cheap stuff is made from corn that I am cleaning with GMO's. Does anyone know what happens in a situation like this?

Thanks!

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on October 01, 2011
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are you asking if the GMO vinegar leaves residue or fumes that are toxic?

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White vinegar is fairly purified, and the process and acidity are likely enough to ensure that any GM proteins left are pretty much destroyed, if you're afraid of GMOs.

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White vinegar is distilled. It's just 5% acetic acid in water.

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