Can I buy cooking wine for recipes if I am under 21?

I love cooking Italian, it calls a lot for cooking wine or dry sherry? Anyone who can help please do. 🙂

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  • Where To Buy Cooking Wine

  • Cooking wine is really just salt water, and you can buy it at any age in the grocery store. Unfortunately, you really want the real thing for cooking. If you won’t drink it, you don’t want to cook with it either – but that’s not to say you can’t find a good bottle of wine for under $5 to use for cooking. There’s non alcoholic wine, but I doubt that would be too good either. Depending on what you’re cooking, you may be able to throw in a splash of balsamic vinegar for the extra zing you’re looking for. I prefer having wine, but I’m over 21.

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    Can I buy cooking wine for recipes if I am under 21?

  • Anyone can buy cooking wine in the grocery store. But even an inexpensive wine will be far, far superior in taste. Same with the sherry.

  • You can buy cooking wine, but not table wine.

  • When you cook with alcohol it is impossible to get drunk. You can eat as much Marcella and beer bread as you wish but the alcohol get’s cooked out of it. It just leaves the taste. So I would say yes, but I don’t live there and my age is 18.

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    You ahould ask your parents to get it!!!! You seem like a good kid and im sure your parents wouldnt mind!

  • Yes it is considered a food product. Do you make marsala?

  • if it is salted with the vinegar, nothing from the wine isle

  • I can! Cos in the UK, you only have to be 18.

    I’m sorry, I realise that doesn’t help.

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