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A versatile wine vinegar that is great in salad dressings, marinades, as a sprinkle, and even in drinks!
• No fat, animal products, fish products or nuts.
• Gluten Free - made with Wine Vinegar.
• Requires no refrigeration but keep in a cool dark place. Low sodium - 3.4mg/100g
I love the bottle shape its nice and easy to hold and I also love the pour top it doesnt let you tip too much out and it keeps the outside of the bottle clean with no drips going down the sides which my table and I love so much. The little nip inside makes it easy for the kids to put it on their own meals and not too much either.
Used this instead of apple cider vinegar in my corn beef. This has a very yummy sweet smell to it. Added about 2 tablespoons to the slow cooker and left it on low for 9 hours. I didn't taste anything different with my corned beef and there wasnt a different smell either. After serving the corned beef and putting it on the plate we put some on the cooked sliced corned beef.
I thought it tasted nice and sweet, something prob better for the meat if it was cold, but hot meat still a good taste. Will give this a go on pancakes etc for breakfast on day. My 5 year old daughter says, "it taste so yummy like blueberries and blueberries are my favorite"
We gave this a go on pancakes and fruit salad too and it was good. The kids loved it and it just gives another tang to fruit.
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