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Byodo herbal vinegar excellent

Our classic vinegar receives Best Organic 2023

 

The testers of the Schrot&Korn customer survey have tasted and decided: Our

vegan herbal vinegar

is Best Organic 2023! This is the 5th time in a row that we have won the coveted award.

Our classic vinegar with the taste of typical garden herbs was tasted by 100 selected organic consumers at home and assessed using a detailed questionnaire on the criteria of taste, mouthfeel, smell and packaging. The vinegar scored well in all categories. It is “perfect if you don’t have any fresh herbs in the garden”. Many testers also appreciated the mild taste of the herbal vinegar with 5% acidity. The packaging, which not only looks great in the kitchen, but also enables simple and precise dosing thanks to its special spout, was also rated positively. As a vegan product, the

herbal vinegar

is also suitable for a purely plant-based diet. In contrast to many conventional vinegars, which are clarified with animal gelatine, the

Byodo vinegar classics

only filtered.

We are delighted with the excellent feedback on our fine herbal vinegar made from 100% organic ingredients. It shows that we are keeping our promise of enjoyment to you and that our intensive quality work is paying off.

 

Vinegar in the Byodo range

Vinegar has been an elementary component of our range right from the start. As the market leader in the vinegar segment, we offer other vinegar classics as well as

fruity balsamic vinegars

as well as

Italian balsamic vinegars and creams

.

 

What is the difference between vinegar, balsamic vinegar and balsamic vinegar?
The Byodo vinegars contain only wine vinegar, while the balsamic vinegars are a mixture of vinegar and fruit juice concentrate. Apple cider vinegar always forms the basis. The fruity note is provided by pomegranate or raspberry juice concentrate, for example. In addition to wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar also contains concentrated grape must, which ensures a balanced, harmonious taste. The grape must concentrate makes up around half of the

Byodo Cremas

.

 

How is vinegar made?
Byodo organic vinegar is made from alcohol, which is slowly fermented at warm temperatures with the help of acetic acid bacteria and oxygen. Depending on the variety, red wine, raspberry wine or grain alcohol may be used. This production process is called natural vinegar fermentation. In order to preserve the valuable enzymes and flavors, the

Byodo vinegar

is also not heated.

 

Why do Byodo vinegars not have a best-before date printed on them?
According to the regulation, so-called fermentation vinegars do not require a best-before date (BBD) – which is why there is no BBD printed on the Byodo vinegar classics. For all

balsamici and balsamic vinegars

However, a best-before date is indicated on all balsamic vinegars and balsamic vinegars to ensure optimum taste at all times.

 

What is the difference between conventional vinegar, organic vinegar and Byodo vinegar?
The most fundamental difference is, of course, the ingredients. Only raw materials from controlled organic cultivation are used for organic vinegar. At Byodo, the proportion of organic ingredients is also 100%, while the organic label is awarded from 95% organic content. Conventional vinegars use sulphurous acid to prevent the formation of cloudiness and streaks. Sulphurization is generally not permitted in organic vinegars, which is why Byodo’s organic vinegar specialities are all unsulphurized. Conventional vinegar is sometimes colored with sugar couleur. Flavorings are also permitted. With organic vinegar, none of this goes into the bottle. Byodo vinegars get their color and fine taste solely from the careful selection of raw materials.