Replacement for Red Wine in Recipe


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There is a dish I make every Passover. It's a casserole with a ground beef, onion, olive, and dried currant filling in a tomato based sauce, layered with plantains. The recipe calls for 1 cup of red wine in the mixture. I know I can just add more broth or water, but I'd like something with a deeper flavor. I am thinking of using some 100% pomegranate juice and balsamic vinegar instead. Any other ideas to sub for the red wine?

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Morning,

     I have a quick question about Balsamic vinegar.  Just starting out with the Whole 30, and I am confused on one area.  We are not allowed to have Sulphites, but we are allowed to have Red Wine Vinegar and Balsamic Vinegar.  I haven't been able to find either without Sulphites, and the good people at Trader Joe's say I will not because the Sulphites are naturally occurring in these products.  Can anyone help with this?  Thanks!

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Morning,

I have a quick question about Balsamic vinegar. Just starting out with the Whole 30, and I am confused on one area. We are not allowed to have Sulphites, but we are allowed to have Red Wine Vinegar and Balsamic Vinegar. I haven't been able to find either without Sulphites, and the good people at Trader Joe's say I will not because the Sulphites are naturally occurring in these products. Can anyone help with this? Thanks!

If it contains sulfites naturally, you're ok. If it's added (look at the ingredients), avoid.
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