Published July 1, 2005
Made from grains such as wheat, millet, and sorghum, Chinese black vinegar has a complex, acidic tang that is often compared with Italian balsamic vinegar. Its slightly more rustic flavor gives remarkable depth to dipping sauces and glazes. Photograph by Romulo Yanes for the July 2005 Gourmet.
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