I’m a big fan of vinegar, so much so that I’ve been known to eat it by the spoonful. I always have a wide variety of vinegars in the house, there’s quite a collection going in the pantry. Most of my vinegars are specialty ones that only get used on special occasions, like my 30 yr old balsamic, which usually gets eaten with a spoon every now and then. For daily use, I stock up once a year on vinegar from Napa Valley Naturals. I’ve looked for small farm balsamic and have yet to find it. Why do I purchase from them? Because they have organic, it comes in glass bottles, and it’s the best vinegars I’ve found in my search.
These aren’t the only vinegars used, I also use a ton of apple cider vinegar, which I make myself from local unpasteurized cider. I’ve also made my own wine vinegar, but I haven’t found the right kind of wine yet to make vinegar that I like, so I get my wine vinegar from Napa Valley Naturals. If I had to choose one kind of vinegar to use for the rest of my life it would be apple cider vinegar because I can make it myself from local ingredients, but I’d certainly miss a good balsamic!
What kind of vinegar do you use most often?
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