Acidulated water is water acidulated with lemon juice, lime juice, or vinegar to prevent fruits or vegetables like apples, avocados and pears from browning so that when the fruits or vegetables are removed from the mixture, they will remain visually pure for at least an hour or two, without oxidizing besides acquiring a pleasant acidic taste.
Water made slightly acidic by adding an acid ingredient, such as lemon juice or vinegar. Used to prevent the browning of cut foods such as apples and artichoke
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