Essential to many Mexican stews, adobos, slow-cooked guisados and marinades, you'll find uses for our Pineapple Vinegar everyday in your kitchen. This mild vinegar adds a traditional kick to classic Mexican food but vinaigrette, beans and even cocktails will benefit from this naturally fermented treat.
With so many modern vinegars being nothing more than white wine or apple cider vinegar with flavorings added, it's a relief to find a vinegar fermented naturally from fruit, the old fashioned way.
Cooking suggestions: Marinades, shrubs, ceviche, vinaigrette
16fl oz bottle
Steve Sando founded Rancho Gordo on the idea that saving our New World foods is a critical pursuit; passion for heirloom beans has made this business a huge success. Sando’s beans are sought after by famous chefs like Thomas Keller and he’s frequently profiled in publications such as Bon Appetit, Saveur, and the New York Times. In reintroducing the best of the New World heirloom beans, Sando has created a sensation, and food-lovers everywhere will relish transforming this humble staple into a celebrated delicacy.
Photos by Steve Sando