Shown above is a procedure to verify that acid [vinegar in this case] can be neutralized with alkaline salt, e.g. baking soda. The mixture will result to bubbles of carbon dioxide and salty water, both of which are easier to flush out from the body.

Shown above is a procedure to verify that acid [vinegar in this case] can be neutralized with alkaline salt, e.g. baking soda. The mixture will result to bubbles of carbon dioxide and salty water, both of which are easier to flush out from the body.

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