Aceto dolce refers to a dish used in Italy as an antipasto. It is a sweet and sour mixture of fruits and vegetables pickled with mustard seeds in white wine vinegar and honey

Aceto -dolce is pronounced "ah-cheh-toh dol-cheh

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