Cuisine Tech Citric Acid
It can be sprinkled on cut fruits and vegetables to keep them looking fresh or used in canning to create the ideal acidic environment. Lemon juice or vinegar can add too much liquid, which makes dry citric acid powder a convenient alternative
An acidic powder used to adjust the pH of a solution or preparation of pastry and savory applications. A shelf-stable powdered additive that is positively exploding with sour flavor. Originally derived from lemon juice, the use of citric acid in cooking, baking, and canning, has been around for a long time. Todays citric acid is manufactured through a process of fermenting a strain of fungi called Aspergillus niger. The byproduct of this fermentation is the easy to produce and economical citric acid used in so many of our favorite foods. Add sourness to your recipes without any liquid, improve flavor, prevent oxidation.
|Brand Name||Cuisine Tech|
|Unit Size||1/1 LB|
|Dietary & Lifestyle||GMO Free|
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