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Old 11-27-2012, 03:21 PM   #8
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Unfortunately wines add quite a unique flavor to the sauces as each wine is different depending on the winery. You could try using different grape juices but you will lack the depth of flavor that wine develops as it ferments and ages. You could also try different types of vinegar to help develop flavor depth, but you will have to do something about the acidity that the vinegar brings to the sauce. Maybe some beers as well, but once again each beer is different as per the brewer but the flavors flavor depths might work well with them.
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