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A vinaigrette is one of the five "mother sauces;" it is a simple sauce that is made by mixing an oil with a vinegar (or acid) to add various flavors to foods. Most commonly used as salad dressings and cooking solubles, vinaigrettes have been used throughout history not only for taste purposes, but also to influence scents.
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