Best Inexpensive White Cooking Wine

What is the least expensive, and best tasting, white wine to cook with?

Sharon from Florida

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June 21, 20080 found this helpful

White Rhine. I use this nearly all the time in anything I cook from turkey to soups. Its the cheapest when bought in gal size, it keeps well in refrig and use as you need.

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June 22, 20080 found this helpful

Apple Juice. An equal amount works great for taste, color and texture.

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June 23, 20080 found this helpful

I don't know if it's the least expensive, but it's definitely in the lower category of expense.

L'Epayrie french table wine.

Pronounced "L'Perrier" - but if I were you, I'd write it on a piece of paper and show it to the clerk because no one here knows how to pronounce it.

A friend told me about it (she's been using this brand for years). I am a good cook, but the flavor of my cooking was vastly improved when I began using this brand. They also make a red wine which I use just as frequently.

You certainly can drink it, but the flavor when used in cooking is quite different from the flavor as a beverage.

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June 24, 20080 found this helpful

Cook only with a wine that you would enjoy drinking from a glass, avoid "cooking wines" They taste NASTY. $3 Chuck (Charles Shaw) or we have Matthew Fox in our area, both are about $3.00 bottle are are very nice to drink or cook with. Choose a varietal you enjoy.

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June 30, 20080 found this helpful

I don't drink wine (it always tastes like vinegar to me, no matter how good it's supposed to be) but I do cook with it. I just ask in the liquor store. I tell them I want something good to cook with and they are very helpful without over-selling.

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July 7, 20080 found this helpful

White grape juice - Enjoy!

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