The uncommon berry vinegar
Alone the unusual coloring in lilac makes blackberry vinegar a jewel in your kitchen. Gourmets however, as is well known, tend to prefer what enters their stomachs and that is why Pödör ensures that every last drop of their vinegar meets food fans’ expectations. Blackberry vinegar made from fresh berries tastes intensively fruity and gives you an idea of how many fat juicy ones were used to produce it. Blackberry vinegar is exclusively produced from the very best berries which are carefully harvested and then juiced. In the first of two fermentation processes alcohol results which, in the second process, is transformed into acid. At Pödör this takes place in accordance with strict quality regulations and in high quality wooden casks.
Fruit vinegars count as especially nutritious because many vitamins, minerals and trace elements that were in the original fruit are retained in the vinegar. There is a generous amount of provitamin A in blackberries, which is then changed into vitamin A within the body. Sufficient vitamin A is essential for healthy eyes. Further vitamins in blackberries are the vitamins C, E and B group which fortify the immune system. Vitamins are indeed less concentrated in vinegar as in the fresh fruit but in vinegar they are supplemented by acetic acid that extends the range of benefits with its anti-bacterial effect.
Average nutrition values
100 g contain on average:
The vinegar should be stored in a place protected from light, sealed hermetically. Under these conditions it has a virtually indefinite shelf life.
The sediment at the bottom of the bottle is natural, not a sign of poor quality.
An unfiltered, undiluted fruit vinegar, so shake it before use!
Country of origin: Austria
Uses for blackberry vinegar
With a strong flavor of berries and in its striking color, blackberry vinegar makes a good show of itself in many dishes. The fresh taste of the berries is repeated in the vinegar which is why it is especially recommended for use in summer salads. The fruity acidity harmonizes with numerous oils such as pumpkin seed oil, walnut oil, pine kernel oil, hazelnut oil and pistachio kernel oil. To make meat tender before it is fried, gourmets like to marinate it in blackberry vinegar. Red meat and game are particularly well-suited to this preparation. Blackberry vinegar can go well with other ingredients which are not so hearty! This sweetish vinegar goes very well with fruity, creamy desserts or fruit salad.