While the asparagus cooks, you can make a light vinaigrette with lime and champagne vinegar or any other excellent local sparkling wine vinegar (or reduce the acidity of a regular vinegar by mixing with water).

While the asparagus cooks, you can make a light vinaigrette with lime and champagne vinegar or any other excellent local sparkling wine vinegar (or reduce the acidity of a regular vinegar by mixing with water).

While the asparagus cooks, you can make a light vinaigrette with lime and champagne vinegar or any other excellent local sparkling wine vinegar (or reduce the acidity of a regular vinegar by mixing with water).

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