About the product
Other similar commercially available products have grain vinegar (made using wheat, corn, and other grains) as their bases, and use flavorings such as amino acids. Many other similar commercially available products that use grain vinegar may also use sourers.
Seasonings such as vinegars can be a crucial part of a meal, turning plain food into a delicious experience. After all, sometimes we only think we don’t like certain foods because we haven’t tried them with the right seasoning! Sugarlady’s sushi vinegar and other seasoning products are safe and free of chemical seasonings and additives, letting the true, natural flavors of the ingredients themselves shine – and allowing you to enjoy your meal without worry.
How to prepare
Approximately 20ml of sushi vinegar to 1 cup of rice is the standard. You can also make your own easy Japanese-style pickles by chopping up cucumbers, carrots, and other fresh vegetables and soaking them in sushi vinegar for one night. Japanese-style pickles are mild in flavor and pair well with a variety of rice and curry dishes. Sushi vinegar can be used to flavor not only rice intended for sushi, but also rice used for other foods such as onigiri or chirashi-zushi (a mixed egg, vegetables, and rice dish).
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains sugar, brewed vinegar (pure rice vinegar), table salt, kombu seaweed extract, hon-mirin..
Calories: 1 tablespoon (19g) 42kcal
Salt Equivalent: 1.6g
This product does not contain common allergens.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Specialty: Additive Free, Gluten-free, Non-GMO, Vegan, Vegetarian