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Zhejiang keeps vinegar traditions alive

(Xinhua)

10:01, November 19, 2011

Feng Rongsheng, a technician at the Zhejiang Vinegar Heritage Museum measures the temperature of the vinegar grains (Xinhua/Wang Jianhua)

Zhejiang vinegar is well known for its unique aroma. Zhejiang Vinegar Heritage Museum is located in Dantu, Zhenjiang City in China's Jiangsu province. The technicians who work in the museum learned the skills of making vinegar, such as turning vinegar grains, pouring vinegar and frying vinegar from their parents. And the skills are generally passed down from generation to generation.

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