Re: Adding citric acid to diet drinks
- From: Peppermint Patootie <peppermint_patootie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 02 Nov 2009 12:02:16 -0500
In article <hci9i2$rs7$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"W. Baker" <wbaker@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Peppermint Patootie <Peppermint_Patootie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
: In article <hchhlm$rn7$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
: Ike <binarydotike@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
: > I solved the problem (for me, at least). Citric acid is a white
: > crystalline powder not unlike sugar or salt in appearance. It can be
: > bought in some high-end supermarkets, and in most stores that sell
: > canning supplies.
: It's also known as "sour salt." You can also use it to keep cut fruit
: from turning brown, which can be useful when you can handle half an
: apple or peach but not a whole one.
: PP, T2, cook
Yup! That's the name I see it as. Query-is my previous sentance correct?
It looks kind of funny.
I would have left out the comma after "supermarkets," but otherwise it's
fine I think.
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