Balsamic vinegar

Although balsamic vinegar was widely unheard of outside Italy until recently, it is now tremendously popular worldwide. Certain regions in Italy have been producing balsamic vinegar through a process of aging the juice of crushed wine grapes in wooden barrels for hundreds of years. Although this vinegar is widely available today, only a small percentage is actually the “real thing.” To experience a purely traditional vinegar, make sure that the label reads “aceto balsamico tradizionale”—this means that it has been processed and aged by using long-established and ..

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