What is another word for balsamic?

Pronunciation: [bɔːlsˈamɪk] (IPA)

Balsamic is a commonly used term in the food and cooking industry to describe a vinegar reduction that is typically sweet, tangy, and slightly acidic. However, there are numerous synonyms for this versatile ingredient that can add depth, complexity, and flavor to any dish. Some of the most popular synonyms for balsamic include vinegar reduction, glaze, reduction sauce, wine reduction, and caramelized vinegar. Other options include acidulated vinegar, sweet vinegar reduction, and vinegar syrup. Whatever you choose, these delicious substitutes can elevate your meals and dressings to the next level and enhance the taste of both sweet and savory dishes.

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What are the hypernyms for Balsamic?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Balsamic

At one point in the road where the sun fell upon some young pines in a sheltered spot a balsamic odor exhaled from them.
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"It's balsamic resin," said Bellingham.
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He was amazed,-he, whom all emotions produced by terror sent to the verge of death-to feel within him the healing, balsamic sensation which his mother's coming had formerly brought to him.
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