acidulated water

Main Entry:  acidulated water
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  water containing a small about of vinegar, lemon or lime juice and used to prevent discoloration of fruits and vegetables
Example:  Some vegetables and fruits which are often placed in acidulated water are: apples, avocados, and pears.
Etymology:  c. 1732
Usage:  cooking
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