Vinegar and Mercury

Dr. Hal Huggins in his book Uninformed Consent says on page 40:
The chemical nature of foods can also affect the rate of release of mercury from amalgam. Of course, the very act of chewing the food will have its own accelerating effect on mercury release, but the effect will be even further pronounced if the food is chemically active. Vinegar-and-oil dressing for your salad might be fine for the digestion, but the acidic nature of the vinegar will also promote mercury release from fillings. Many other foods can possess varying degrees of acidic properties.

Heat will also reliably increase the rate of escape of mercury vapor from amalgam fillings.
Since I had already been poisoned by my dentist, my body could not stand any additional mercury being released from my fillings by having vinegar on my salad.