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Apr 27, 2011 11:39 AM

raw, vegan, organic, kosher, gluten-free, no sulfites added red wine vinegar

raw, vegan, organic, kosher, gluten-free, no sulfites added red wine vinegar...Anyone know of one?

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  1. Kinda like a scavenger hunt (okay it's not wine):

    What'e the next challenge?

    And would any wine vinegar be considered raw? Especially kosher?

    Wine vinegar is a make-at-home (not speaking from experience, just from every cooking magazine I've read) item if it's that important to you. That way you control the process (assuming you can find a raw, organic, kosher, gluten-free no-sulfite wine in the first instance).

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    1. re: ferret

      I suppose vinegar from mevushal wine is out, but are most wines or wine vinegars raised above (IIRC) 108 degrees F during production? The recipes I see online for making wine vinegar seem to mostly involve time, not heat.

      My guess is that homemade is the way to go. If you can find raw, vegan, organic, kosher, gluten-free, sulfite-free red wine, make vinegar from it.

      1. re: GilaB

        Okay... I was wondering the same thing myself...

        To the OP, how many (Non Kosher) raw, vegan, organic, gluten-free, no sulfites added red wine vinegars are there on the market?

        1. re: vallevin

          Believe it or not, there are a handful...mevushal would make it non-raw.

          1. re: vallevin

            Ok let's try this again -- how about just kosher and organic red wine vinegar?

            1. re: KosherVeg

              This one from Napa Valley Organics claims to be Kosher but I have no details:


                1. re: KosherVeg

                  Do you know what's with their description then?