Tried and Tasted: Good to the last drop

Most kitchens will have a bottle or two of vinegar about the place but, unless you're an adventurous cook, the odds are that its use is limited to sprinkling on chips.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
28th April, 2012
Tried and Tasted: Good to the last drop
Really good-quality vinegars are made from the same grapes as champagne, such as chardonnay and pinot noir.

Most kitchens will have a bottle or two of vinegar about the place but, unless you're an adventurous cook, the odds are that its use is limited to sprinkling on chips, making vinaigrette, or maybe adding to the water you poach your eggs in.

But it's easier than ever to get hold of really good-quality vinegars, and some of them open up a world of interesting culinary uses. A great example are vinegars made from...

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