Persimmon vinegar is a vinegar made from Oriental persimmon. Called ( gam-sikcho 감식초) in Korean, it is a traditional condiment, food ingredient, and beverage base in Korean cuisine.   
Persimmon vinegar is reported to help reduce liver cholesterol and prevent metabolic disorders induced by chronic alcohol intake.
Persimmon vinegar made with 'meoksi' persimmons, a native Korean variety with small, very sweet fruits with high
tannin content, was included in the Ark of Taste catalogue of heritage foods in 2014.
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