Nakano Seasoned Rice Vinegar


I love a certain salad my hubby makes sometimes....it is a chopped cabbage/sliced cucumber/thinly sliced onions salad (believe me it tastes way better than it sounds!) He always makes a dressing of olive oil and vinegar. It is delicious, and low calorie.

So when I heard about NAKANO Seasoned Rice Vinegar I definitely was interested in it. It is all natural, fat free, low calorie, gluten free and has 50% less sodium than other rice vinegar brands. Now since we tend to go through alot of vinegar in our salads, less sodium would be a good thing!
It is made from whole grain rice and naturally brewed in a traditional manufacturing process that began in Japan more than 200 years ago. The naturally brewed process gives it a subtle, distinctive taste. It is alos available in lots of flavors like Original Seasoned, Roasted Garlic, Basil & Oregano, Red Pepper, Balsamic Blend and Italian Herb.

I imagine those flavors would be excellent splashed on just about anything, like chicken, vegetables, rice, salads of course, and baked potatoes. With less sodium and zero fat, this would make a great alternate seasoning for salt, butter and sour cream.

If you are interested in trying out the Nakano Seasoned Rice Vinegar, they have a $1.00 off coupon online right now. Plus, they have some delicious sounding recipes and ideas on the website as well. And you can sign up for free for the SPLASH Recipe Club. Members receive an e-newsletter called SPLASH that features the latest delectable creations from the Mizkan kitchens, as well as tantalizing tips that show you even more ways to enjoy their natural and seasoned rice vinegars, wine vinegars, and cooking wines.

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