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Granny Smith Apple White Balsamic 375 ml (12 oz) Bottle
Granny Smith Apples date back to the late 1860s when they were successfully propagated by Maria Ann Smith (known as Granny Smith), in New South Wales, Australia. The apple quickly gained popularity as a great baking apple with a pleasant tartness that could be stored for long periods without deterioration of flavor of quality. It’s currently the third most popular apple in the United States.
Our Granny Smith Apple Fruit Vinegar is made with an apple purée, white balsamic vinegar, and a splash of barrel-aged apple cider vinegar. It pairs nicely with an extra virgin olive oil for use as a vinaigrette over bold greens (try adding candied walnuts and sliced apples). It’s also good for drizzling over veggies – especially root vegetables and fennel bulb – to be served alongside pork. Combine with Roasted Sesame Oil, a bit of peanut butter, and a touch of soy sauce to dress Asian-style slaw.