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Rice vinegars are made from fermented rice. Rice wine vinegars are generally made from the lees (dregs) of wine. Both and widely used in Asian cooking. Both, especially those from Japan, tend to be mild and sweet, and add a bit of acidity to dressings and in cooking. The Chinese red and black varieties are also used as condiments, but still are characterized as mild vinegars. There are also Korean varieties, some of which are much stronger.
Rice wine, or sake, is exactly what it sounds like, an alcoholic drink distilled from rice. It has been made in China for over 4,000 years. The process of making it is much closer to beer than to wine, although it produces a drink more akin to a spirit.
The obvious difference between rice wine and rice vinegar is the addition of bacteria which turns the alcohol in the wine into acid
Sep. 5, 2013 10:09 am
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