or Grape juice; vegetable stock; cranberry juice; tomato juice; or concord grape jelly.1/4 cup or more red wine, substitute the following:equal measure of red grape juice, cranberry juice, apple cider, chicken broth, clam juice, flavored vinegar, or nonalcoholic wine.If you use nonalcoholic wine, add a tablespoon of vinegar to cut the sweetness Wine, White White grape juice; apple cider; apple juice; vegetable stock; or water1/4 cup or more white wine, substitute the following:equal measure of white grape juice, chicken broth, vegetable broth, clam juice or nonalcoholic wine.Different forms of vinegar can be used for food preparation, medicinal, agricultural or cleaning purposes.
Some types of vinegar also contain tartaric or citric acid which adds different flavor profiles to the condiment.
Red wine vinegar is made by allowing red wine to ferment until acetic acid is produced.
Source: I don't remember which cook book it was in, but cranberry juice was suggested as a good substitute for red wine.
I started using apple juice on a hunch that it would be just as good a substitute.
This is typically done by placing the wine in wooden barrels for up to two years.
It is then purified, strained and bottled for sale.The quality of the wine used to create the vinegar will greatly affect the quality of the vinegar produced from the fermentation process, leading to a distinct difference in pricing.Inexpensive red wine vinegar will have an aggressive flavor profile, while more expensive vinegars will have more subtle fruity notes.By Free2B from North Royalton, OHI have tried many things but cranberry juice works the best as a wine substitute.It has just the right amount of tartness and sweetness to taste very similar to wine. Nonalcoholic Substitutions For soups and pan sauces use extra broth and add red or white wine vinegar or lemon juice right before serving using the following ratios: To replace 1/2 cup wine use:1/2 cup broth 1 teaspoon wine vinegar1/2 cup broth 1 teaspoon lemon juice Wine, Red Note: add water, white grape juice, apple juice, or broth, if necessary, to get the specified amount of liquid called for in the recipe.If you require red wine vinegar for a recipe but do not have a bottle on hand, there are several options you can use in its place.These ingredients mimic the bitter, fruity flavor profile of red wine vinegar while still providing an acid content that will maintain the chemical composition necessary for your recipe.(This really does work.) If you are making a soup, stew, or sauce, do not add the wine alternative at the last minute. ) Although these alternatives may sound a bit odd, the results are far superior than if you resort to “cooking wine.” Although you may have an inkling, resist the temptation to use cooking wine!Instead, add the substitution to your liquid as it simmers so you can accurately gauge the balance of its flavor and its overall scent. While nothing compares to meat marinated in red wine, any marinade will help make your meat more juicy and tender than if cooked alone. It is often flavored with salt and various additives that will easily compromise your dish.The Napa 4- bottle wine dispenser also fits conveniently in most kitchen spaces. Wine can be too expensive to include in your cooking budget. Well, that's no problem, because there are good, healthy substitutes for it.