Approximate Acidity of Common Food

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(it is proving more difficult to find the acidity level of common foods then it was the pH level... this will be a work in progress as we uncover more information)

Typical Acidity Levels For Different Vinegars [1]

Type Of Vinegar Typical Acidity
Distilled White Vinegar 5 -10%
Sherry Vinegar 7 – 8%
Red Wine Vinegar 6 – 7%
White Wine Vinegar 6 – 7%
Balsamic Vinegar 6 – 7%
Rice Wine Vinegar 4 – 7%
Malt Vinegar 4 – 5%
Cider Vinegar 4 – 5%

Acidity of Lemons and Limes

"limes have a slightly higher acid content (on average) than lemons do - about 6% for limes, compared to 4.5% for lemons."[2]

Juice Typical Acidity
Lime Juice ~6%
Lemon Juice ~4.5%

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