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It’s time to change all that. The stereotypes — cheap, used only for cooking, only consumed by old people — are pervasive, much to sherry’s discredit. Sherry is good for drinking, too – Unlike a super cheap bottle of white wine that you might buy to cook with, inexpensive dry sherry is also good for drinking. 12-21-2014 8:33am log in or sign up to post a comment grocery stores around me don't sell wine 12-21-2014 8:33am +1 like Please use a decent sherry. Cooking Sherry is Sherry that has had salt and often preservatives added to it. Only cook with it, don't drink it as you would normal Sherry. Holland House Sherry Cooking Wine, 16 fl oz: Cooking wine, sherry Select sherry prepared exclusively for cooking Holland house cooking wine is seasoned with 1 … Sherry vinegar is a vinegar that is made from Sherry wine, in much the same way as red (Just make sure you don’t accidentally buy “cooking sherry” which may If you cook It’s time to change all that. Where to buy sherry I’m constantly reading about sherry, and as I’m particularly interested in the better examples, I tend to chase specific sherries until I have a bottle at home. If you're using this as a substitute for rice wine, the commonly-accepted substitute is indeed dry sherry. P.S. As for brand, if you see several different bottles all labeled sherry, I don't think it matters too much which one you pick - at least if you're using it for cooking and not drinking. It’s not treated as an alcoholic beverage because it’s undrinkable! Not only is it salted, but it’s concocted with poor quality sherry. Why can I buy cooking sherry without an ID? This article provides a list of suitable cooking sherry substitutes so that you can finish recipes without it. never buy "cooking" wine at the grocery. If you don’t want to buy a bottle of sherry for one recipe, or you don’t enjoy its taste, then you’re going to need an alternative. Unfortunately that’s a hard task if you’re living outside of Spain, and it really shouldn’t be so hard. Cooking sherry cannot be used in drinks at all (it's only palatable in cooking--hence the name).

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