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Sauce vierge is one of my all time favorite sauces. The word "vierge" is French for "virgin," meaning that the ingredients in a vierge are not cooked. This is the sauce that we use for our heirloom tomato caprese, which I will demonstrate in an upcoming video.
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- Sauce Vierge Recipe
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- Heirloom Tomato Caprese - The Completed Dish Video
|This post is part of our ongoing Sauces & Soups Video Series. For more information, you can also view our How To Cook Video Index.|