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Denigris Gold Eagle Balsamic Vinegar (Certified Gluten-Free): Dengris incorporated an eagle grading system with precious metal colours to distinguish the different types of their balsamic vinegar. Each colour represents a different percentage of grape must.This Gold quality balsamic vinegar is a medium density balsamic vinegar, a bit higher than the Silver quality . It is Dense and full bodied made with 55% grape must. This vinegar is perfect for hot dishes such as risotto's, roasts and fish.

Denigris Platinum Eagle Balsamic Vinegar (Certified Gluten-Free): Dengris incorporated an eagle grading system with precious metal colours to distinguish the different types of their balsamic vinegar. Each colour represents a different percentage of grape must.This platinum quality balsamic vinegar is the highest density balsamic vinegar Denigris produces on a commercial basis. It's dark brown, thick and made with 65% grape must.

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Italian Vinegars

This vinegar from Modena is aged in an innovative manner, making it as thick and delicious as longer-aged vinegars costing much more. One of the best vinegars we have ever tasted, this fabulous balsamic vinegar makes a wonderful addition to any chef's pantry. Drizzle it over roasted meats, salads, or even ice cream or strawberries. Imported from Italy by Ritrovo Italian Regional Foods.

In the rich soil of Lambrusco di Sorbara in Soliera Italy, just outside of Modena in the Emilia Romagna region, the Maletti family has been producing quality traditional balsamic vinegar (aceto balsamico tradizionale) for generations. The Maletti's produce their balsamic vinegar from the wine and grape must (unfermented, pressed grape juice and pulp before it's turned into wine) of selected Lambrusco (red) and Trebbiano (white) grape varietals.

Asian Peanut Noodle Salad Amy's notes: Use crunchy peanut butter (more than it calls for). Rice wine vinegar. Some Asian hot chili sauce. Whole wheat spaghetti. Add the sesame oil. Use a whisk to blend the sauce. Could use more veggies, less noodles. recipes.sparkpeop...

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