What do I do with Rice Vinegar?

A few years ago I picked up some Nakano Rice Vinegar on clearance at Kroger. I had know idea what it was for but I figured for $1.00, I’d wonder around google and find out! I was very glad that I spent that buck because it made me learn a whole new level of cooking with a product I knew nothing about.

Seriously folks, for flavor like you’ve never experienced before, try Nankano Rice Vinegars.  Offering an All-Natural and a variety of Seasoned Rice Vinegar flavors, Nakano is perfect for splashing on sensational salads, amazing appetizers and scrumptious center-of-the-plate entrees. It also makes for an excellent marinade for proteins! They have a sweet, light flavor that dress up any dish. Simply splash it on everything from salads to pasta to meat and vegetables! Of all of the flavors that Nakano offers, John and I kill through the Italian Herb Red Wine Vinegar. We are big sandwich eaters and this stuff is AMAZING on Turkey and Swiss. It’s really delicious on every deli meet and cheese I have tried but the Turkey and Swiss is my favorite. We probably use 2 bottles a month of this stuff. It is a fantastic substitute for mayonnaise!

I really hope that you will venture out to your local store and try some of these and come back and tell me if you loved them! It’s okay if you don’t like them too. You can tell me!

Nakano Comes in Seven Full-Bodied Flavors

  1. All Natural Rice Vinegar: A natural, mild vinegar flavor that brings out the flavor of everything it touches. No added sugar or salt makes it a healthy alternative
  2. Original Seasoned Rice Vinegar: The most versatile of our seven flavors whose lightly sweetened mild vinegar flavor is perfect for splashing on meat, shrimp, pasta or almost anything else
  3. Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar: A sweet and light blend of basil & oregano herbs that is ideal for enhancing red sauces and salad dressings, or for  splashing  on cold pasta salads
  4. Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar: Lively flavor with a kick of crushed red pepper. Great on baked chicken, broiled chicken breasts and Buffalo wings
  5. Roasted Garlic Seasoned Rice Vinegar: A sweet, mellow roasted garlic flavor that’s excellent for splashing on white rice and roasted, baked, mashed and French fried potatoes
  6. Balsamic Blend Seasoned Rice Vinegar: A light, sweet alternative to traditional Balsamic vinegar.  Great for dipping fruits and vegetables or in any recipe that calls for balsamic vinegar
  7. Italian Herb Red Wine Vinegar: Premium red wine vinegar makes this perfect for enhancing sauces and stews

What is the difference between Rice Vinegar and Seasoned Rice Vinegar?
These all natural Rice Vinegar is unsweetened with no sodium and is to be used in a variety of recipes. Nakano Seasoned Rice Vinegars are lightly sweetened and lightly salted to be used in recipes or as a “Splash On” condiment.

I can suggest you go out and try Nakano but why take my word for it. How is this for some spectacular reasons! Delicious AND healthy for you!

Health Benefits of NAKANO

Nakano is made from real, whole grain rice and is naturally brewed in the traditional Mizkan manufacturing process that began in Japan more than 200 years ago.  These are all-natural, sodium and sugar-free, has zero calories and no fat, and is 100% gluten-free and contain no preservatives. They also contain 50% less sodium than the competition!

What can NAKANO® Seasoned Rice Vinegars be Splashed On?

Original Seasoned Rice Vinegar: Great substitute for mayo or mustard for a lively sandwich spread or the perfect infusion into barbecue sauce to create tangy sweetness
Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar: A perfect complement to pasta dishes and mixed salads
Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar: Adds a nice kick to marinades made for protein, especially seafood
Roasted Garlic Seasoned Rice Vinegar: As garlic is a nice addition to any dish, this rice vinegar goes great with veggies, dips, delectable appetizers such as potato skins and more
Balsamic Blend Seasoned Rice Vinegar: Fantastic with fruits and veggies alike, it also pairs nicely with chicken
Italian Herb Red Wine Vinegar: This is the rice vinegar to turn to when looking to add some spice to Italian dishes like spaghetti as well as stews and soups

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