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De Louis Apple and Fig Bouquet Vinegars

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I found this at a local gourmet shop, and since it was half price I was tempted to buy it. I know Vinagrerie De Louis ET Cie is a well-regarded producer of specialty vinegars.

They say it is Vinegar processed from special apples but made in the style of a blasamic vingar. It's supposed to be intensely fruity and even slightly sweet. Likewise, the Fig vinegar is made from figs. Can I use it is situations that I would use regular balsamic?

I have heard about a few ways to use fig vinegar, but there is not much about the Apple type. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. :)

Link to product is here:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0008IT4EC?smid=A...20&linkCode=asn


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I found this at a local gourmet shop, and since it was half price I was tempted to buy it. I know Vinagrerie De Louis ET Cie is a well-regarded producer of specialty vinegars.

They say it is Vinegar processed from special apples but made in the style of a blasamic vingar. It's supposed to be intensely fruity and even slightly sweet. Likewise, the Fig vinegar is made from figs. Can I use it is situations that I would use regular balsamic?

I have heard about a few ways to use fig vinegar, but there is not much about the Apple type. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. :)

Link to product is here:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0008IT4EC?smid=A...20&linkCode=asn

Sound great. I have beem using an Austrian Apple Balsamic for years, and it is wonderful. Here is a link http://www.jonesandbones.com/index.php?act...ubstart=0&id=85

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I love to use fig vinegar on a pear, arugula and blue cheese salad.


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