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Where to Buy True Mirin & Shaoxing Wine

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by loves2cook82 3 months ago

Looking for the "real" versions, not the cooking versions with added salt or corn syrup. I already know I can't find them locally, but I'm willing to order online if anyone has a link they know is ...

Canned sake?

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by Eiron 5 months ago

I had the opportunity to try some canned sake and was quite surprised at how tasty it was. Granted, my sake exposure has been limited to heated 'house' sake, and I know that's like only ever having...

Shaoxing Rice Wine (Unsalted) in Chicago

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by nikkib99 5 months ago

Does anyone know where I can find Shaoxing Rice Wine (Unsalted) in Chicago? I have gone to 3 Asian markets - Park to Shop(formerly Hong Kong market), another Park to Shop(formerly Richwell market) ...

Authentic Shaoxing Rice Wine

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by Incognitokokok 5 months ago

Where in the Los Angeles area can I find this bottle of Shaoxing wine please (see picture) Thank you!

Where to buy rice wine?

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by sparkyk 10 years ago

Having a very hard time finding rice wine (not vinegar) which is frequently listed ingredient in Chinese cooking. Checked Whole Foods, Galleria, different liquor places. Anyone have any ideas for...

Where to buy Pagoda Shaoxing Cooking

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by borisabrams 2 years ago

Hey all, I am looking to up my game with Shaoxing rice wine! I dont want to keep using the stuff with added salt - would rather use more soy sauce or Sichuan chili bean paste. I came across Pag...

Keeping rice wine

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by ewlung 11 years ago

Hello, How do you keep/store Chinese rice wine (Shao Xing wine)? Should I store it in the refrigerator? Or just in a cool dry place (like in the kitchen cupboard). Thanks :)

Real Deal Shaoxing Wine in Northern NJ/Manhattan

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by juliachildish 3 years ago

I just read a post on Serious Eats about foods the writer loved while living in China and she waxed so rhapsodic about the deliciousness of real Shaoxing wine (aged, not salted) that now I'm dying ...

Saké City USA: How Portland became the Japanese rice wine capital of America

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by stevewi 4 years ago

See: http://www.oregonlive.com/dining/index.ssf/2017/06/sake_city_usa_how_portland_bec.html The author mentions the SakéOne brewery in Forest Grove, OR (about 25 mi SW of Portland). They hav...

What I can replace instead of Shaoxing wine?

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by susmita 10 years ago

Dear friends, I like chinese vegetables and planning to cook it. Here , Chinese restaurants serves Fusion chinese vegetables with Bengali-Indian cooking style. They serves a white gravy chin...

Where to buy Shaoxing in Bay Area?

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by redmaw 4 years ago

Hi, I have been unable to find Shaoxing apart from the "cooking" variety where I actually live (out in the sticks) and since I'll will be passing through the Bay Area this weekend I'd like to pick ...

Best brand of Cooking Michiu (rice wine)

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by kairo 8 years ago

Looking for some tips on what brand of cooking michiu to use. I have the Lily brand right now, but, the fact it says its not for sale for drinking kind of scares me. Also, the only other review ...

Opened but Corked White Wine versus Rice Wine

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by estyzesty 4 years ago

Hi all, I am very confused as to why people say opened bottles of wine that have been sitting in the fridge for months are no good. I am an American born Chinese person, and I use rice wine in...

Where can I get Pagoda Shaoxing rice wine

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by germanpotatosoup 9 years ago

Not so interested in going to Chinatown and walking around aimlessly and looking for a liquor store. I went to one chinese supermarket but all they had was cooking wine. I did a search on chowhound...

Pagoda Shaoxing In Connecticut

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by kkaschke 4 years ago

Anyone know where I can buy Pagoda Shaoxing rice wine in Connecticut? I've called a few liquor stores and Asian grocers but no luck so far.

Question re. Korean "fermented rice wine."

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by kare_raisu 14 years ago

http://english.kbs.co.kr/life/cuisine/1419054_11769.html Can I just use sake or is this a different product all together?

Shaoxing Wine [split from Quebec board]

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by SnackHappy 11 years ago

Shaoxing wine has a very distinct aroma. I used to use sherry for Chinese cooking, but now that I'm using Shoaxing wine there's no going back.

ISO Shaoxing Wine

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by devilham 5 years ago

Anyone have a reliable source for shaoxing wine? Can't seem to find it in a standard liquor store