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Rancho Gordo, Banana Vinegar in a 12.3 FL OZ/365 ML bottle.
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Banana Vinegar , Other Food Products - Rancho Gordo, Rancho Gordo
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A tomato salad doused with Rancho Gordo banana vinegar with basil leaves an cheese.

Banana Vinegar

Regular price $ 15.95

Banana Vinegar

Description
Rich and delicious but never cloying, this vinegar is made from fermented bananas in Veracruz, Mexico. 

You don't come across something as wonderful as this everyday. Our mild, fruity vinegar comes from the Casa Stivalet plantation in the beautiful state of Veracruz. Unlike some flavored vinegars, this isn't plain vinegar with banana flavor added; it's made from fermented platano machos, a breed of bananas somewhere between a regular banana and a plantain.

"The word addicted gets thrown around far too much when discussing food, but I will say that I’ve grown extremely fond of this vinegar’s fermented, funky flavor — like a supercharged version of ripe bananas. It’s smooth enough that you can take a sip straight from the bottle, but it’s best for cooking", says Grub Street's Chris Crowley. 

Most people flip when they taste the vinegar. Of course it works as a key player in a salad dressing but I've been having fun with ceviches, in particular. A local Napa pastry chef mixed two parts banana vinegar with one part piloncillo (you could also use brown sugar) and drizzled it over vanilla ice cream. It may sound odd but if you're like me, you'll hit High C.

The flavor is fruity, and while it's clearly banana, it's not too sweet or cloying. The acidity is 6%. Mixed in salads, there's a vague but wonderful tropical quality that transcends cuisines.

12.3 FL OZ/365 ML

Not available for shipping to Canada.

Country of origin

Mexico

"Rancho Gordo's Banana Vinegar is made from fermented overripe bananas and features an appealing flavor that commingles the fruit's sweetness with a delicate funk."

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Rancho Gordo-Xoxoc Project

These items are the results of our two companies working together since 2008 to help small farmers and producers continue to grow their indigenous products in Mexico, despite international trade policies that seem to discourage genetic diversity and local food traditions.

Product of Mexico. Produced in Mexico under the supervision of the Rancho Gordo-Xoxoc Project.


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