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Kosher Champagne Vinegar?

websterhall1994 Nov 15, 2009 04:41 PM

The last post regarding this product was over 2 years ago, so I figured I could open a new thread.

I've come across a bunch of recipes lately calling for champagne vinegar. Does this exist in the kosher market? I haven't seen it in any of the supermarkets in the 5 Towns, nor does anything turn up on Google.

Alternatively, does anyone know of a decent substitution?

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    The Cameraman RE: websterhall1994 Nov 16, 2009 08:09 AM

    Found a super usefull website called Food Subs that I am so totally bookmarking. http://www.foodsubs.com/

    Here is what they have to say about champagne vinegar: This light and mild vinegar is a good choice if you're want to dress delicately flavored salads or vegetables. Mix it with nut or truffle oil to make a sublime vinaigrette. Substitutes: white wine vinegar (not as mild) OR rice vinegar (not as mild) OR raspberry vinegar (not as mild) OR apple cider vinegar (not as mild


    Link here: http://www.foodsubs.com/Vinegars.html

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