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Types of Vinegar Used in Cooking

Types of Vinegar Used in Cooking

Exploring different types of vinegars can be a good way to add a lot of flavor to your dishes without adding unwanted calories. When buying culinary vinegars, check your labels carefully. Some fancy looking vinegars may be nothing more than a highly industrialized product with artificial coloring and flavoring.

Vinegar can be made from just about anything that contains natural sugar. It can also be manufactured in a laboratory, as in the case of white distilled vinegar. This makes a great product for cleaning and weed killing, but it has no place on your plate. A quality cooking vinegar begins with real food and any flavoring will come from real food as well.

Apple Cider – Mildly assertive and rosy colored, this can be used in just about any recipe calling for vinegar. Great for pickling and marinating. If you are only going to have one type of vinegar in your pantry, this would be a good choice as it is quite multipurpose.

Balsamic – Robust and nearly black in color, the true gourmet version of this Italian grape based vinegar is labeled Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale. With an astonishing and complex flavor, a few drops of this adds intensity to everything from cheese to fruits and even ice cream. The much more common version, labeled Aceto Balsamico di Modena is good for salad dressings and adding to recipes.

Champagne – Light and lively, use this in any recipe where you want to add a crisp, fresh taste. True champagne vinegar is made only from grapes grown in the Champagne region of France.

Coconut – Tooted for its health properties, this is made from the sap of the coconut tree and not the fruit itself. Used in the Philippines and southeast Asia, if you are able to locate some, do not hesitate to try its sharp, vaguely sweet flavor with salads and grilled meats.

Date – Popular in Middle Eastern cuisine, it is said this type of vinegar is many thousands of years old. Date sugar produces a deeply colored and richly flavored product. It is sometimes likened to Balsamic and can be used to add complexity to recipes, or enjoyed in splashes on top of various foods.

Fruit Flavored – Various fruits might be added to a wine or rice vinegar to create some truly yummy combinations. Popular versions are raspberry, red currant, fig, cranberry, and cherry.

Herb Flavored – Just as with fruits, herbs might also be added for extra flavor. Tarragon, rosemary, garlic, dill, and thyme are all popular. Many people flavor their own vinegars with herbs, but you must be careful to do so in a strictly hygienic fashion.

Malt – Made from germinated cereals, this is a typically English vinegar with an assertive taste. Think fish and chips. It is frequently used in pickling recipes.

Red Wine – For many people this is a pantry staple. Might be made from any sort of wine, although specialities exist such as Merlot or Bordeaux vinegar. These make great additions to tomato based dishes, can be added to marinades, and are a good start to a vinaigrette.

Rice – Very popular in Asian cuisine, this is an exceptionally light vinegar that makes an excellent base for additional flavoring. Sprinkle it in with stir fries or on top of raw vegetables.

Sherry – Made from the fortified white wine of the same name, this is made in Spain. It comes in different qualities, which accounts for the different prices you will find. A very flavorful vinegar, this can be successfully added to a wide range of soups, stews, and sauces as well as serving more simply as a vinaigrette ingredient.



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