08:30 AM | 16-04-2019

Is balsamic vinegar healthy compared to the generally available vinegar?

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12:34 PM | 16-04-2019

Here's my understanding about balsamic and white vinegar. Balsamic vinegar is basically made using grapes. Grape pressings are boiled and the thick syrup is then stored in wooden containers and allowed to ferment for years. White vinegar, on the other hand, is made using acetic acid and is hence very acidic. In that sense, balsamic vinegar is definitely a better choice than regular white vinegar.

Balsamic vinergar is very strong and should be used in very little amount, possibly just to sprinkle over salads or dressings. It is also very expensive and one must make sure to buy the right quality of the same.

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