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AaronM

Apple Balsamic Vinegar

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I didn't know this product existed until I saw it in the Noma book last year in loads of recipes.

It's vinegar made from apples in the balsamic style - aged in barrels.

Anyone have experience with different brands? I was gonna buy a bottle or 2 to try out; but it seems there are a bunch of poor quality ones out there.

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What sources do you have for it? I know there are one or two Canadian producers who make this sort of thing (though I've been unable to track down a bottle so far), but I think mostly just aged in one barrel for a short time. If made in a true balsamic vinegar style, I imagine it could be aged in progressively smaller barrels for many years...


Matthew Kayahara

Kayahara.ca

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Does Noma recommend brands or types?

The cookbook provides remarkably little information on the product, especially given how much it's called for. I was under the impression they made it themselves, but I could be wrong.

Edit: Indeed, it seems like Claus Meyer makes them himself: http://www.foodandwine.com/articles/manifesto-for-a-new-nordic-cuisine


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Matthew Kayahara

Kayahara.ca

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