Why do I smell like bread
Why does my bread smell like vinegar?
Vinegar is acetic acid. It is made when yeast eat starch and produce alcohol, which is then consumed by Acetobacter bacteria to make acetic acid.
I have a hard time imagining bread that smells strongly of vinegar, but all the ingredients are there. The bread was fermented with yeast and contained alcohol before it was baked. If the bread was under-baked and took in the right bacteria, it could be traces of vinegar.
Other possibilities are that the bread will pick up a normal sourdough-like bacterium and just smell sour, without having real acetic acid.
For each of these options, the bread must be under-baked or very moist.
Anything beyond that would be a guess.
Maybe the bread was baked with vinegar in it?
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