Bionaturae Organic Balsamic Vinegar -- 17 fl oz
Excellent Balsamic for the Discerning Cook
This is a very good tasting balsamic. I have tried others with the methods that follow, but Bionaturae is worth the extra cost. To sweeten and reduce acidity, I reduce the balsamic vinigar by simmering it in a sauce pan on the stove until it is about 25-35% of its original volume. You can tell it's done when it bubbles up when stirred with a spoon, but watch not to burn it. Reduced, it becomes our staple salad dressing with one of the California Olive Ranch extra virgin olive oils (Arbequina, Arbosana, Miller Blend or LImited Edition). One of our favorite ways to use the reduced balsamic is in a simple but impressive appitizer (great with a good red wine) of fresh brown turkey (or other fresh variety) figs stuffed with a wad of chevre and drizzled with the reduced balsamic. Drizzle with good EVOO is optional. I brought this to a party attended by film industry folks in southern CA and it was the first to disappear!
November 24, 2014
Great tasty vinegar
We love this product. I served it with salad for a party, and got rave reviews. It mixes well with olive oil or even works plain. It pairs well with cheeses and fruits.
November 24, 2014
Our favorite organic balsamic vinegar.
This is our favorite organic balsamic vinegar. It is not harsh- or bitter-tasting like the others. It is smooth and sweet. We sprinkle it on all kInds of organic salads we make - from pasta to veggie, add it to hearty home-made soups, broiled vegetables, sauces, and salad dressings.
September 25, 2014
I've tried a number of balsamic vinegars, and Bionature Organic Balsamic Vinegar is the best. Not only does it taste great, but the best part is, it's organic.
July 13, 2014
This product is superb either as a marinade or straight in salad dressing.
July 9, 2014