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    Preferences on white wines for cooking?

    Anyone have recommendations for cheap white wines to use for cooking wine (besides leftover from old bottles)? I just wanted to see if people here have any preferences for brands or types for their all-purpose white wine for cooking.

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    I don't have any real preference, but usually I'll go for something like Yellowtail (it's about $4.00/bottle on sale here).

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    a little two buck chuck from trader joe's isn't bad in a pinch.http://traderjoes.com/fearless-flyer...article_id=433
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    Boxed chablis does a good job for the price

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    I prefer Sauvignon blanc or wines that have good acidity. Most low price CA Chards are too flabby. YMMV!

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    I use Pinot Grigio. I like to keep those little bottles that come in a 4 pack for cooking at home. Like Sutter Home. Convenient size, less waste.

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    i dont think many people in this world could tell a difference, so id say take the cheapest.

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    Leftovers, cheap Sav Blanc from a box and depending on what cooking, Shao Xing and cooking sake as well.

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    I've been told to avoid California Oak barrels, for whatever reason...

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    I like dry vermouth.

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