Verjus is unfermented juice from grapes that are culled during veraison,
when winemakers cut away grape clusters to reduce yields. It is a
tangy, less acidic alternative to vinegar in cooking and on salads.
In Italy the unfermented grape juice is cooked to concentrate its flavors
and intensify its sweetness.
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