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Balsamic vinegar replacement

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Hello guys and girls,Actually its not an article (and I am really sorry for take all this time of yours , hope ya'all dun mind) :) so I am basically from Paris..but currently in India. its a good place.. I mean food here is just to good. coming to the point. I JUST LOVE "Balsamic vinegar" but unluckily i don't find it here in India... and my tasty Strawberries and salads. are waiting for .. so my question is what can be the Replace as in kind of used in place of Balsamic vinegar?  
Regards Shannon.. 
(sorry again coz i really don't know where to put up my questions? , so i used this way, i am very desperate for Balsamic vinegar) so thanks all..  
 
I'm sure that you all will help this teen cook! :) 
Thank you, Chelftalk and thank you all.. 
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SO THERE BY I CLOSE THIS :) 
post #2 of 6

Have you tried red wine vinegar and sugar (brown or white) ?

 

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post #3 of 6
Chinese black vinegar has some useful similarities, but it's not quite the same.
post #4 of 6

I second petals suggestion: wine vinegar and a little bit of sugar.

If red or white wine vinegar is not available (can't remember, lived in India for a year in 1996) then any vinegar with a little sugar, but remember that rice vinegar is not nearly as acidic as wine vinegar.

You might have to look at buying some decent wine and turning the left overs into  vinegar (great excuse for buying wine :) )

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post #5 of 6

Get someone from home to mail you some balsamic vinegar.  There is no substitution.

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post #6 of 6

You might try raisin vinegar. Another suggestion would be steep some tamarind in white wine vinegar.
 

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