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Strawberry Sweet Rice Wine (Strawberry Jiu niang) | Tiktok Asian Recipes Wines, Diy, Rice, Food Storage, Foods, Sweet, Rice Wine, Strawberry Wine, Strawberry Fruit

Homemade with fresh strawberries and sweet rice, this refreshing and mild Strawberry Sweet Rice Wine has such a balanced taste of sweetness and acidity. At the moment when I uncovered my strawberry Jiu Niang, a bumblebee was attracted by its fruity scent and landed on my balcony. What's more, this strawberry sweet rice wine is low in alcohol level (2.5% ~ 3.5%) and high in nutrients and beneficial bacteria!

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Cynthia Christensen
What Is Clear Rice Wine? | The Woks of Life ~ Clear rice wine, mi jiu or michiu, is a type of Chinese rice wine made & used all over China. In the U.S. salt is often added to avoid alcohol taxes & allow sale in grocery stores. A key ingredient in Chinese cooking, it adds depth & flavor complexity. Clear michiu wine has a clearer & purer taste than the more-often used Shaoxing wine & better suited to delicate steamed dishes, seafood, & fish. **Cannot substitute mirin or rice wine vinegar. #Asian Sauces, Vinaigrette, Dips, China, Chinese Cuisine, Chinese Cooking Wine, Chinese Rice Wine Recipe, Chinese Food, Chinese Dishes

What Is Clear Rice Wine? | The Woks of Life ~ Clear rice wine, mi jiu or michiu, is a type of Chinese rice wine made & used all over China. In the U.S. salt is often added to avoid alcohol taxes & allow sale in grocery stores. A key ingredient in Chinese cooking, it adds depth & flavor complexity. Clear michiu wine has a clearer & purer taste than the more-often used Shaoxing wine & better suited to delicate steamed dishes, seafood, & fish. **Cannot substitute mirin or rice wine vinegar…

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Trish W
Japanese Rice Wine Wines, Japanese Cuisine, Kobe, Sake Bar, Japan Food, Cuisine, Sake, Japanese Food, Japanese Rice Wine

Japanese rice wine was made a few hundred years after rice was grown in Japan for the first time, more than 2,000 years ago. It is served in Japanese restaurants and bars in ceramic pots that are ready to be poured into tiny ceramic cups. Sake can be served hot or cold. On a cold, rainy day, hot sake is a nice drink to have, especially with sushi.

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Jung Eunbi