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I have made my own with a big branch of tarragon in white wine vinegar. I think you could sub
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Posted to Thread #30410 at 6:27 pm on Jul 25, 2018
that pretty quickly by coarsely tearing some fresh tarragon into ww vinegar and then adding a speck of sugar. Let it sit for as long as possible, then filter. Tarragon is so strong that it would contribute to the wine quickly. I never use dry tarragon as I find it tastes like grass, no matter how fresh. But I do keep a bottle of ww with a branch in it, hanging around, because I do love tarragon.
And French tarragon, if you can find it, is, I think, so far better than all others.
Other messages in this thread:
- 30410. My local grocery doesn't carry tarragon vinegar, What is equivalent? - Anna_X - 7:42pm on 07/24/18 (6)
- I use dried all the time 'cause we can't get fresh. Mine is good and pungent. - Charley - 11:11pm on 07/24/18
- The "standard" suggestion to replace is white wine vinegar + 1Tbs fresh or 1 tsp dry. - LisainLA - 3:45pm on 07/25/18
- Is that with one cup of vinegar? [NT] - Anna_X - 12:36am on 07/26/18
- Yes, one cup. Good luck! [NT] - LisainLA - 2:44pm on 07/26/18
- I have made my own with a big branch of tarragon in white wine vinegar. I think you could sub - Marg CDN2 - 6:27pm on 07/25/18
- I will try this. I like tarragon in summer salads and such. Thanks. [NT] - Anna_X - 12:37am on 07/26/18