Adjective(1) of or related to citric acid
(1) I'll never forget my first sip of that citric ambrosia.(2) A tartar of salmon and scallops was bound with a finely judged, faintly citric emulsion which countered the extreme richness of the meat.(3) Other options include quesadillas, fajitas, wraps and several meal-size salads with a refreshing and slightly citric cumin dressing served on fresh nacho chips.(4) Although it is dry, clean and relatively flavourless (it is brewed in part with sucrose, which ferments almost perfectly), it has a nice citric bouquet and a hint of lemon flavour that distinguishes it from other light lagers.(5) It is reminiscent of the exotic Rhone Condrieu, but the wash is lighter and clearly more citric .(6) She sprayed her neck a bit of citric scent and took a peppermint tablet.(7) You've added so much apple, orange and lemon juice into the mix that the resulting drink is citric and tastes absolutely nothing like mango juice.(8) You are immediately struck by the subtle scent of, well, oranges - a sensation caused by the burning of citric oils.(9) Clean, with a cool pear-like wash, and yet bursting with citric energy and acidity this wine will inspire you to at least phone a local gym.(10) On the palate it is lime and citric with a clean short finish.(11) There are lovely fresh fruit plates served with a generous variety of berries, kiwis, melon, plums, and orange crÔö£┬┐me fraÔö£┬½che, which manages to nicely walk the line between sweet and citric .(12) The chef uses crumbled bacon and a hit of citric kalamansi juice and sake to season sweet and creamy scallops, and a small, perfectly rare tuna steak needs nothing more than a touch of ginger-soy.(13) Organic seared salmon with a sesame crust and a marginally oversweet, faintly citric sauce could have done with some seasoning.(14) The strong citric smell of lemon lingered from his drink, averting him from the worries even for just a little while.(15) His lips puckered and a deep shiver crawled down his spine as he swallowed the sour juice from the citric fruit.(16) Straight energy feeds like molasses, rolled barley, rolled wheat, beet pulps, citric pulp and combinations of these are all suitable.
(1) citric acid :: חוּמצַת לִימוֹן
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