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Rice wine

Other names: Sake

Sake is Japanese wine made from fermented rice. The alcohol content ranges from 12 to 16 percent. Sake is traditionally served warm. In addition to being used as a beverage it can be used in sauces and marinades.
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Substitute for rice wine

Vermouth, white wine, sweet sherry

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