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Spicy World Citric Acid is a vinaigrette used to add an acidic or sour taste to foods such as meats or soft drinks. It also acts as a preservative or conservative that enhances the shelf life of foods especially pickles and sauces. A dash of Spicy World Citric Acid can make a world of difference to your meat loafs and steaks. It also minimizes discoloration of fruits and vegetables and reduces their brownish appearance. Turn simple dishes into well balanced and mouthwatering ones with this Citric Acid.
Spicy World Citric Acid is a great way to balance the taste of sweet and sour.
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I had to pound it down, half of the bag was all clumped up, but that was easy to break upPublished 6 days ago by Andover Diver
My experience with this order was everything I could have asked for. Price is unbeatable and product shipped immediately. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Ron Law
I use this to clean my water distiller and it works like a charm. My distiller holds a gallon of water. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Vanessa Marmo
I specifically purchased this 5-pound bag of citric acid to use as an occasional, yet extended, granular soak/bath for my washing machine. Read morePublished 16 days ago by gmb
It arrived on time, and was a good value. My only concern is that there are some large hard chunks in it. This is definitely a minus for making bath products.Published 18 days ago by Starving Student
I bought Spicy World Citric Acid because I love dehydrating foods in my solar oven. But, I must say that the doubled sealed bag didn't prevent the citric acid from hardening. Read morePublished 21 days ago by M Live
Not a pleasant topic, but we have very hard water where we live and an old toilet that had developed a lot of lime build-up at the water line. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Parmathule
Much more economical for cleaning my humidifiers than the little packets the humidifier company would like to sell me. Recommend it.Published 27 days ago by grandma martha
GREAT for fizzy drinks: one-half teaspoon in a pint mug of cold juice, plus one-quarter teaspoon of potassium bicarbonate (I don't like the salty taste of sodium bicarbonate) and... Read morePublished 27 days ago by LioNiNoiL