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    The French term "vinaigrette" tends to make something which is beautifully simple sound unnecessarily complex. In its most basic form, a vinaigrette is nothing more than a mixture of oil and vinegar. It is the oldest taste combination, a fat balanced with an acid. Oils, because they are liquid...
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    In this day of wicked excess no self-respecting gourmand would be caught without a bottle - several bottles - of exotic vinegar from faraway lands, resplendent in chic bottles, some actually costing as much as vintage wines. Well, let's hear it for the humble home-brewed stuff, the kind that...
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