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"Proagro" Prosecco vinegar

Saporea
€6.27

250 ml - 8.45 fl.oz


Italy

Veneto
Description

Prosecco grape vinegar produced using the slow spontaneous fermentation method. It is neither pasteurised nor microfiltered and does not contain sulphites.

COD: OLA.0210.0250
EAN: 0793541277184
Nutritional values
Average values ​​for 100 gr
Energy value
15 kcal - 62kJ
Fats
0 g
of which saturated
0 g
Carbohydrates
0.5 g
of which sugars
0.5 g
Protein
0 g
Fiber
0 g
Salt
0.02 g
Ingredients

Prosecco vinegar

Tips and curiosities of the tomolo

Prosecco has a long history dating back to ancient times, at least to the 16th century, when Pliny the Elder mentioned it in his writings. Its name comes from the castle of Prosecco, near Trieste, where the grapes used to make it were grown. The main variety of Prosecco is Glera, a native vine of northern Italy.

How to use Prosecco vinegar to enhance your dishes

Prosecco vinegar is a versatile ingredient that can be used in many different ways to enhance your dishes. You can use it to make delicious sauces, such as a light vinaigrette for salads or a sweet and sour sauce to accompany meats and cheeses. You can also marinate meat to make it more tender and tasty, or add it to your fish recipes to enhance the flavour. If you love to cook, you can also experiment with Prosecco vinegar to create new condiments or to add a special touch to your dishes. For example, you could use it to add a touch of acidity to a vegetable soup or to flavour a fruit salad. Experiment and be inspired by the endless possibilities that Prosecco vinegar can bring to your kitchen.

Benefits and properties of Prosecco vinegar

As well as being a versatile culinary condiment, Prosecco vinegar has a number of health benefits. Produced by fermenting Prosecco wine, this vinegar is rich in antioxidants, which help fight free radicals in the body. This means it can help protect cells from damage caused by oxidative stress and improve overall health. Prosecco vinegar is also known for its digestive properties. Thanks to the acetic acid it contains, it can aid digestion and reduce gastrointestinal complaints such as bloating and acidity. It is also possible that Prosecco vinegar may have a positive effect on weight control. Preliminary studies suggest that regular consumption of vinegar may help reduce appetite and feelings of hunger, contributing to more effective weight management. So, as well as being a delicious condiment, Prosecco vinegar has health benefits that are worth taking advantage of.