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The Magic of Balsamic Vinegar: What It Is, How to Use It, and Why It's Important to Buy the Right Type
Balsamic vinegar was first imported commercially to the United States in 1978 by Williams-Sonoma. Soon thereafter, it was celebrated in fine restaurants and gourmet food shops, but it would be several