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Old 04-30-2014, 04:05 PM   #11
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My favorite and regular way to use this vinegar is on salad.

Dressing
1 Tbls yellow mustard
2 Tbls pomegranate vinegar
1 Tbls olive oil
1 Tbls grapefruit juice or water

Awesome salad
Salad greens
Sliced apple
Chopped celery
chopped walnuts
Crumbled blue cheese

Almost as Awesome Salad - a bit healthier
Salad greens
shredded cabbage
Sliced apples
Chopped Celery
toasted sesame seeds
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Old 05-02-2014, 09:34 PM   #12
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I served this salad tonight, with a vinaigrette inspired by your recipe. It was really good. I used pecans instead of walnuts, 'cause they aren't quite as crunchy. I will add blue cheese crumbles. From what we tasted, blue cheese would go really well in this salad. We don't like grapefruit, so I used a bit of lime juice instead.
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Have you tried reducing it down to thicken like a syrup? You could then use it on ice-cream, drizzle on cheesecake and so on and so on.........................
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Old 05-03-2014, 12:36 PM   #14
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I served this salad tonight, with a vinaigrette inspired by your recipe. It was really good.
Glad you enjoyed this. Using Mustard in dressing is 'my go' to fast dressing base.

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Have you tried reducing it down to thicken like a syrup? You could then use it on ice-cream, drizzle on cheesecake and so on and so on.........................
No. I;m sure it would be delicious but I love the vinegar as is and have a small bottle...
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Glad you enjoyed this. Using Mustard in dressing is 'my go' to fast dressing base. ...
Me too, but I always use Dijon. I'll try it with yellow mustard some time.
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Old 05-12-2014, 12:53 PM   #16
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I read from an unreliable source that it wasn't real pomegranate vinegar, but pomegranate juice, white vinegar, and sugar?
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