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Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar
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Soul Brasil Organic Açai Infused Vinegar

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Soul Brasil Cuisine
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Certified Organic Acai Infused Vinegar 

This condiment has a French inspiration, except it’s made with Brazilian fruits.

 

It's versatile. Good for seasoning salads, but even better if used to cook, to marinate or to serve as sauce or toppings.

- Natural and organic  

- Preservatives free, Allergen free, and Non-GMO

- Vegan 

- And, of course, with lots of flavor!

Vinegar and Fruit. Together and mixed to surprise you.

Chef's Tips:

 

Daring, level I (Humm, very good indeed!) 

Use it to season green salad sprinkled with nut thin slices.

Daring, level II (Isn't that exquisite?)

Use some when frying radish.

Daring, level III (God in heaven, sensational!)

Reduce it for a few minutes and… Voilà the most exciting ice cream topping you ever tasted.

FEATURED INGREDIENT:

Acai Fruit

Fruit of purple color, grows in the açaizeiro tree, a kind of palm tree that reaches 25 meters (82 ft) in height. Very important source of nourishment for the Amazon region people, as it is rich in iron, magnesium and vitamin C.

Producing Region

The area of the Amazon river estuary concentrates the vast majority of the açaizeiros trees, but its cultivation has grown in recent years to other Amazon regions and southern Bahia state.