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DON'T OVERLOOK WHITE WINE VINEGAR (OURS IS AN ASSET FOR YOUR PANTRY)

DON'T OVERLOOK WHITE WINE VINEGAR (OURS IS AN ASSET FOR YOUR PANTRY)
As vinegars go, red and white wine varietals are utility players: Neither is as distinct as sherry, balsamic or cider vinegar; nor are either a go-to condiment for a particular dish - as sherry is for gazpacho or balsamic is for strawberries, but that’s exactly what makes them valuable pantry staples. A good version of either can deliver a jolt of clean acidity and balanced fruity sweetness to just about any dish. However, white wine vinegar has a small, but significant, advantage: It does not impart color, which can make it the better choice for seasoning pan sauces and soups or for pickling vegetables.

Our Champagne vinegar stands out for its balance of strong acidity and subtle, but distinct sweetness. Measuring at 6 percent acidity, this white wine vinegar is among the most acidic vinegars we tasted - which explains why it tastes "robust" when compared with less acidic vinegars (about 5 percent acidity).

BACI Kitchen's Champagne vinegar is perfectly balanced - ideal for people who love to cook. With bright, balanced flavors, our wine white vinegar deserves a place in your pantry. 

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FERMENTED VEGETABLES AT HOME

FERMENTED VEGETABLES AT HOME

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