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can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade

Last post Sep 08, 2004 9:32 PM by Sidhe . 19 replies.


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  • RE: can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade
    Sorry...it's bakerscatalogue.com
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  • RE: can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade
    I'm the one who posted the recipe for Sugarfree Gatorade. I find my citric acid at Kroger's in the canning/freezing section or at CVS drugstores. Fruit Fresh is a different product and contains dextrose which is a type of sugar. Also citric acid can be found in drugstores. Just ask the pharmacist.

    Sugarfree Gatorade

    2 cups water
    2 cups unsweetened juice (any kind - I use Simply Orange)
    2 teaspoons Splenda (you may use sugar if you wish)
    1/4 teaspoon citric acid
    1/4 teaspoon sodium chloride (plain table salt)
    1/4 teaspoon potassium chloride (salt substitute - I use No-Salt®)

    Combine all ingredients and chill.
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  • RE: can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade
    bump
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  • RE: can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade
    You can sometimes find it in a bottle marked as "Sour Salt" it is mind bendingly sour...:-*
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    "I try to avoid serving inedible substances to my guests." VinnyD
  • RE: can't find citric acid to make homemade gatorade
    Penzey's Spices and The Spice House carry citric acid in bulk and you can order it online I don't know the address for Penzey's, but The Spice house is at http://www.thespicehouse.com.)

    Perhaps other places that sell spices in bulk might have it, too. :)

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