How To: Pick the best wines to cook with

Wines you can cook with.

When it comes to cooking wines, go with dry, white vermouth. Due to its higher alcohol content, it will last longer in the fridge and the vermouth’s herbs and spices will lend an added dimension of flavor to the dish.

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