Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Fresh Fruit Vinegars by Mange Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review the Fresh Fruit Vinegars by Mange for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.


Have you ever heard of Fresh Fruit Vinegars? Well I can honestly say that I never have heard of them before having the wonderful chance to review two different flavors from them.  Mange recently sent me Blood Orange and Pear flavors.

When I first received these in the mail I thought OK so what can I do with these or better yet what can be done with them? I always knew vinegar could be used to dye eggs and clean my husbands coffee maker but anything more then that I will admit I was clueless. So I decided to do some research on the internet to see what could be done with the Fresh Fruit Vinegars by Mange. I have to say that I was surprised to see what could be made with these vinegars and I was excited to see how they would turn out.

Fresh Fruit Vinegars can be used in drinks and recipes. I really do like how they smell because honestly I cant stand the smell of regular vinegar at all. All the recipes they have on the site are all so intriguing and you can find them HERE

I found this recipe on their site and I used both of the Fresh Fruit Vinegars to complete it. My family loved it.

 Blood Orange & Pear Summer Fruit salad
 2 Servings
1 cup Strawberries, cut into quarters
1 cup Raspberries
2 Oranges, peeled and cut into ½ “ pieces
2 cups Red Seedless grapes, cut in half
2 Gala apples, cored cut into ½” cubes
½ cup Roasted Almonds, chopped

¼ cup Blood Orange Vinegar
¼ cup Pear Vinegar

1-  Mix all the ingredients except the nuts together in a large bowl.
3-  Let stand for 20 min – 1hr to infuse
4-  Serve in a martini or wine glass and top with almonds

Fruit vinegar dates back to the 18th century when berries were preserved in vinegar. Today, Spivak is putting a modern twist on the classic with Mangé’s line of exquisite fresh fruit vinegars. Unlike infused or syrup-based fruit vinegars, Mangé’s fresh fruit vinegars are made using fruit that has been picked at its peak, puréed and preserved in vinegar.
“Our process allows the vinegar to capture the true essence of the fruit’s natural flavor,” explains Spivak. “Each one of our vinegars starts with a flavorful burst of fruit and finishes with a balanced, acidic kick.
Fresh Fruit Vinegars bring the true taste of fruit to your plate. Great for cocktails and meals giving them that extra fruit punch!
Preserving fruit in vinegar is a tradition that dates back to the 18th century, modern fresh fruit vinegars are a product category that until now has been unavailable in the United States. Today, We are putting a modern twist on the classic with Mangé’s exquisite line of fresh fruit vinegars that are all natural, gluten-free, Kosher, and made without preservatives or synthetic dyes.

Simple to use and highly versatile, fresh fruit vinegars are light enough to drink from a spoon, yet strong enough to marinate a ceviche.
From home cooks to professional chefs, Mangé’s full line of fresh fruit vinegars offer eleven flavors that are sure to please every palate, including: Blackberry, Blood Orange, Cherry, Fig, Green Apple, Mango, Passion Fruit, Pear, Raspberry, Red Pepper and White Peach.
Unlike other infused or syrup-based fruit vinegars, Mangé’s fresh fruit vinegars are made using fruit that has been picked at its peak, puréed and preserved in vinegar. The process allows the vinegar to capture the essence of each fruit’s natural flavor, creating a brilliant burst of fruitful flavor that can be added to any appetizer, entrée, dessert or cocktail.

To find all the different flavors available by Mange visit HERE
each bottle is only $11.00 plus many other gift boxes available too

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