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 What's the difference of cooking with red and white wine?

Answer There is definately a flavor difference. Also, red wine would make a cream sauce pink, which isn't very appetizing.The biggest difference in red versus white wine is in how long they leave the gra... Read More »
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What is the difference between Red cooking wine and dry red wine?

IF you couldn't find dry red wine, you weren't in a liquor store worth shopping at. Cabernet works. Cooking wine has a load of salt in it, so cut whatever salt the recipe calls for.
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Is chardonnay a white cooking wine?

If a recipe simply calls for a white wine--without mentioning a specific variety of wine--chardonnay is a fine choice to use. Keep in mind that chardonnay tends to become more acidic than other win... Read More »
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How to Choose White Wine for Cooking?

When it comes to learning how to choose white wine for cooking, there are many wines to choose from. How do you know which wine is the right compliment to your recipe? The following information can... Read More »
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What is the difference between red wine and white wine?

THEY LEAVE THE SKIN ON FOR RED WINE THEREFORE YOU GET A VERY INTENSE FLAVOUR. FOR THIS REASON RED WINE IS BETTER FOR YOU BECAUSE IT CONTAINS MORE ANTIOXIDANTS.....ALSO THEY USE DIFFERENT GRAPES AS... Read More »
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