9 Apr 2014

Citrus or Vinegar In Your Summer Salad?

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Freshly squeezed citrus juice makes a terrific sustitute for vinegar. While lemon juice is most common, limes, tangerines, oranges, blood oranges, and even grapefruit have a place in your salad dressing.The acidity is lower, about 3% vs. 5% or higher for vinegar, but that makes it a good choice when you want the lower acidity or just a nice summer tangy flavor.

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