Hmm... in America vineger is usually somewhere between 3% and 10%. It would help to see how you got your answer of 0.22%.
Some types are sold to more professional cooks with upwards of 30%, but nowhere near 60 or 80%.
Why did you lean a Euro by the bottle of vinegar? at first I thought it was censorship or something, but it's nowhere near the brandname.
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