Balsamic Vinegar: the condiment without fats.

How many calories in Balsamic Vinegar? And how many fats? What is the difference between Balsamic Vinegar and the other condiments we use regularly? Let’s find out!

In the following article we have compared the energy and fat values ​​of Sereni Balsamic Vinegar with the same values ​​of other condiments commonly used in cooking.

But be careful:

We are talking about Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and not of Balsamic Glaze / Cream, which has other nutritional values, higher especially as regards sugars and consequently calorie.
In particular, we toke for exemple Balsamic Vinegar of Modena P.G.I.  aged about 5 anni, with density and sweetness medium-high.

Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP invecchiato

There are other types of Balsamic Vinegar in the Acetaia Sereni range with lower calorie values ​​and some with higher calorie values. In any case, however, the amount of fat is always equal to 0.

The values ​​indicated in the table above are per 100 ml of product used.

The intensity of flavor of our Balsamic Vinegar involves a limited use for seasoning dishes; in fact, if we use a spoon (the classic soup spoon) for balsamic vinegar to season a salad or a meat dish, we will pour about 15 ml of product, which will contain about 34 kcal, with 0 fats of course.

Caprese salad

Balsamic Vinegar is sweet. So are there any sugars?

The sweet part of Balsamic Vinegar is not given by the addition of refined sugars, but comes from the grape sugars naturally contained in the fruit. During all the processing stages, in fact, the producer uses only grape must and wine vinegar.

Lambrusco grape