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How 52,000 Pots Are Used To Age A Rare Japanese Black Vinegar

Insider Business -- Jan 28
Kurozu is Japanese black vinegar made using a 200-year-old technique of naturally fermenting ingredients outdoors in giant clay pots.

It takes at least a year until it’s complete, with some of the best batches aging from three to five years. Sakamoto Kurozu is one of eight vinegar makers that haven’t changed the process.

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