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During the summer, it's easy to slice up a cucumber, some tomatoes, and sprinkle a little rice vinegar on top. Let it hang out for a bit, and just delicious. So light, and refreshing.

on August 27, 2015

We make a nice salad dressing with rice vinegar.
I also use vinegars to flavor homemade soups, as I don't use any added salt. It gives the soup a nice flavor so I don't miss the sodium ( a little tips I learned from a chef).

on August 27, 2015

I use it to make salad dressings. I also use it when cooking kale, collard greens, or cabbage - just a small splash towards the end of cooking.

on August 27, 2015

Mostly salads and sorry but vinegar on fries.

on August 27, 2015

I use rice vinegars on French fries I make by slicing sweet potatoes thin, sprinkling them with rice vinegar, smoked paprika and then baking in the oven. After baking and while hot if desired more vinegar and paprika can be added. I've heard vinegar will lower the glycemic index of potatoes

on August 27, 2015

I love to just slice up summer veggies and put Nakano rice vinegar on top...especially cucumbers, zucchini and yellow summer squash. Yum!!!

on August 27, 2015

As a dietitian I advise my patients to use a dash of vinegar in place of salt. It works well with soups, vegetables, potatoes, and many other dishes to add a savory flavor without sodium. It is tasty in homemade salad dressings too--and quick and easy to make.

on August 27, 2015

I use rice vinegar on Snack Girl's Warm Lentil Salad - so yummy for a light, but filling lunch any time of the year!

on August 27, 2015

I make Asian cabbage slaw all summer long using Nakano and olive oil dressin, with a couple of drops of sesame oil! Love it on Weight Watchers!

on August 27, 2015

I use rice vinegar on just about anything. I love it to perk up leftovers, I also make baked potatoes in the microwave and love to put rice vinegar on them. It makes me think I'm eating french fries.

on August 27, 2015

I use it to flavor green salads to reduce use of salad dressings!

on August 27, 2015

I add 1 TBSP Nakano rice vinegar, 1 TBSP soy or teriyaki sauce, and 1 TBSP sunflower seeds to a bag of cole slaw mix. It's a low calorie, healthy food that fills me up and cools me down during the hot days of summer! 😊

on August 27, 2015

I use it to perk up leftover brown rice to make a vegetable fried rice. Yummy!

on August 27, 2015

I like simply it on my salads with a little olive oil and a touch of Mrs Dash. It is light and not overbearing like some other vinegar.

on August 27, 2015

I use it to flavor grilled veggies for a filling side dish.

on August 27, 2015

I love it on sliced cucumbers!

on August 27, 2015

Use the Nakano rice vinegar for all types of marinades for summer grilling and it's always an ingredient in my homemade dressings.

on August 27, 2015

I use rice vinegar on salads, veggies, and when I bake fish in the oven, along with a little olive oil. Yummy!

on August 27, 2015

I use the rice vinegar on a tuna and cucumber salad. So yummy

on August 27, 2015

I use Nakano rice vinegar with cole slaw mix, chives, sliced almonds and grilled chicken. Mixed with some pineapple juice...Yummy!

on August 27, 2015

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