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Sherry


Sherry originated in Spain where the finest Sherries are still produced. Sherry became popular world-wide and is produced in many countries including the U.S. Quality can vary considerably with price being an indicator of quality. Drink sherry room temperature or chilled as an Apéritif or after dinner drink.
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Substitute for sherry

As a recipe ingredient substitute Balsamic Vinegar or Red Wine Vinegar

Equivalents

4 fl oz   =   1/2 Cup

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