Vinegar's History Is Much Older Than You Think

The history of vinegar is the history of the world.

People have been partaking in this incredible stuff forΒ over 10,000 years. That's a lot of years.

The oldest that scientists have been able to dig up appears to have been in a vase in pre-Pharoah Egypt. So we're talking prior to 3000 B.C. That's a long time ago.

As time went on, vinegar most likely was used as a preservative for food. It was used by the Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians.

The Greeks allegedly loved their oxycrat, which is basically a type of honey vinegar.Β 

And then there was Posca, lovingly favored by the ancient Romans. Posca was made by diluting vinegar and adding spices and herbs.

Some even called it the 'poor man's wine,' since vinegar is made by fermenting diluted alcohol substances.

Vinegar has such a rich history, and a unique taste and use, that we couldn't resist mixing it with the world's most incredible spice.

Check out our brand new saffron vinegar, which we just put in the store, it's a combination of two of the best substances on the planet.

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