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Raisin Vinegar



Raisin Vinegar is a mild-tasting, cloudy brown vinegar made from raisins.

It is used in the Middle East and in Greece.

Turkish brands such as Sultan are sold in 16 oz (500 ml) bottles.

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Also called:

Vinaigre de raisins secs (French); Essig aus Sultaninen (German); Vinagre de uvas pasas (Spanish); Vinagre de uvas secas (Portuguese)

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