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  1. "Seasonal produce, picked at its peak of ripeness, is the basis of everything I do - It's all about the flavour." Maggie Beer is a true Australian institution. Ever since she established her famous Pheasant Farm in the Barossa in 1978, she and her husband have been producing beautiful gourmet delights for food-lovers across Australia to enjoy all year round. A true staple of her range, Maggie Beer's Verjuice is a culinary sensation that must be experienced to be believed. Made from unfermented, early-season Barossa grapes, it is great for add a sharp kick to the food you cook, brightening it without masking its flavours. Sangiovese Verjuice is sweeter version of Maggie's famous Verjuice, and is the perfect accompaniment to desserts. Made from Sangiovese grapes, chosen with half the ripeness splash it over freshly cut fruit, or use it with a compote. You can also use this verjuice for savoury dishes, just like vinegar or white wine in cooking. It works beautifully with lemon juice and olive oil to make a simple vinaigrette, or it can be added to your favourite sauces, risottos or glazes to produce a truly unique flavour. It's time to get those Verjuices flowing with Maggie Beer! Features: Made in Australia. Refrigerate after opening. Volume: 375ml.

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  2. Name the ultimate Australian food icon... Could it be The Meat Pie? The Lamington? The Pavlova? Think again. It's Maggie Beer. Since she established her famous Pheasant Farm in the Barossa in 1978, Maggie Beer and her husband have been producing beautiful gourmet delights for food-lovers across Australia to enjoy all year round. She's won award after award, including "Senior Australian of the Year" in 2010 and she's all over the television promoting the value of cooking with seasonal produce. But her absolute favourite ingredient that she's single-handedly brought back into homes throughout Australia is. Verjuice. Made from unfermented, early-season Barossa grapes, Maggie's Verjuice is great for adding a sharp kick to the food you cook, brightening it without masking its flavours. Used just like vinegar or white wine in cooking, it works beautifully with lemon juice and olive oil to make a simple vinaigrette, or it can be added to your favourite sauces, risottos or glazes to create a truly unique flavour. In Maggie's Verjuice Cookbook, Maggie shares a collection of recipes using her beloved verjuice. Learn how to get the most out of the flavours in your food, making your way through a Lentil Salad, a Pumpkin and Leek Frittata and Lamb Shanks with Dried Apricots, Green Peppercorns and Preserved Lemon. Simply delicious recipes, made even more delicious with the help of Verjuice. and Maggie Beer. Features: Paperback - 201 pages. Maggie's Verjuice Cookbook features a collection of recipes incorporating the use of verjuice. Verjuice is the juice made out of early-season grapes and brings a gentle, bright flavour to foods - can be used in place of lemon juice of vinegar. Includes an Introduction, a Beginning, Middle and End section as well as a Basics chapter. Includes over 100 recipes. In the book, Maggie explains how to make your own verjuice. Includes a full-index. Features beautiful colour photography throughout. Dimensions: 22 x 28 x 2cm.

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  3. 'I just can't help myself when it comes to verjuice! I use it in place of lemon juice or vinegar to bring the gentlest lift of flavour to everything - from grilled vegetables, meat or fish, pastas, risottos, salads and hearty one-pot dishes to delicate custards, old-fashioned puddings and decadent tarts. I can't imagine cooking without it.' Maggie Beer

    $34.99
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  4. Maggie Beer Sangiovese Verjuice Made from the juice of unfermented grapes. Sangiovese Verjuice is a slightly sweeter version of the classic and is the perfect companion to desserts. Serving Suggestion: Use to poach dried fruit for a compote, splash across fresh mango cheeks or reduce into a syrup with a little sugar and pour over a favourite cake or use as a cordial. B

    $13.95
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  5. About: Made from the juice of unfermented grapes, use it as a gentle acidulant wherever you might find lemon juice or vinegar too tart - which means whenever you want the gentlest bite of flavour. Serving Suggestion: Use in salad dressings, deglazing the pan when cooking fish and chicken or poaching dried fruit to serve with a glossy dollop of mascarpone.

    $13.99
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  6. Made from the juice of unfermented grapes. Sangiovese Verjuice is a slightly sweeter version of the classic and is the perfect companion to desserts.- Serving suggestion: Use to poach dried fruit for a compote, splash across fresh mango cheeks or reduce into a syrup with a little sugar and pour over a favourite cake or use as a cordial. It is just superb with a Gin and Tonic!- Gluten free- Sangiovese grape juice (99%), grape concentrate, food acid (malic), antioxidant (220)- Contains sulphites- 375 ml

    $14.50
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  7. Maggie Beer shares her love of verjuice in this wonderful recipe book.- Wonderful verjuice recipes - Written by one of Australia's favourite chefs

    $39.99
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  8. 'I just can't help myself when it comes to verjuice! I use it in place of lemon juice or vinegar to bring the gentlest lift of flavour to everything - from grilled vegetables, meat or fish, pastas, risottos, salads and hearty one-pot dishes to delicate custards, old-fashioned puddings and decadent tarts. I can't imagine cooking without it.' Maggie Beer About the Author Maggie Beer is one of Australia's best-known food personalities. As well as writing books, she devotes her time to her export kitchen in the Barossa Valley, which produces a wide range of pantry items for domestic and international markets. These include her famous pâté, verjuice, quince paste and an ice-cream range. Maggie was co-host of the weekly program The Cook and the Chef on ABC TV from 2005 to 2009 and was recognised as Senior Australian of the year in 2010 for inspiring Australians to use and enjoy local produce. Maggie is the author of six successful cookbooks, Maggie's Farm, Maggie's Orchard, Cooking with Verjuice, Maggie's Table, Maggie's Harvest and Maggie's Kitchen, and co-author of the bestselling Stephanie Alexander & Maggie Beer's Tuscan Cookbook.

    $35.00
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  9. About: Made from the juice of unfermented grapes, use it as a gentle acidulant wherever you might find lemon juice or vinegar too tart - which means whenever you want the gentlest bite of flavour. Serving Suggestion: Use in salad dressings, deglazing the pan when cooking fish and chicken or poaching dried fruit to serve with a glossy dollop of mascarpone.

    $19.99
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  10. About: Made from the juice of unfermented grapes, use it as a gentle acidulant wherever you might find lemon juice or vinegar too tart - which means whenever you want the gentlest bite of flavour. Serving Suggestion: Use in salad dressings, deglazing the pan when cooking fish and chicken or poaching dried fruit to serve with a glossy dollop of mascarpone.

    $49.99
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  11. This boutique vineyard Verjuice is for use whenever lemon juice or vinegar is too tart . Use in vinaigrette's, marinades, sauces, when poaching or de-glazing.

    $13.90
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  12. This boutique vineyard Verjuice is for use whenever lemon juice or vinegar is too tart . Use in vinaigrette's, marinades, sauces, when poaching or de-glazing.

    $24.99
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