White balsamic vinegar is taking a starring role in salads, fish dishes and soups by adding a dry, delicate flavor without the messy black smears left by its dark-hued counterpart. "White balsamic prevents muddy-looking salad leaves or discolored white fish," said Fiona St. George, spokesperson for Belazu Foods. "The flavor is quite similar, but white balsamic is a little less intense, which means it can be used as an ingredient without overpowering a dish."

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