Sprouting as a hobby and as a way to supplement a diet has rapidly gained in popularity in recent years. While relatively simple there are some important aspects to note. If you’re into sprouting, then you’re already familiar with Citric Acid, a natural preservative typically found in citrus fruits such as lemons and limes. Citric Acid helps to inhibit the formation of mold and other bacterial growth, an all-too-common occurrence when sprouting in a jar due to high temperatures and humidity. Citric Acid is also useful for canning vegetables and fruit preserves.Features
- Sprouting Aid
- Makes a Great Substitute for Salt
- Natural Preservative
Directions: Citric acid can be used to reduce spoilage in sprouting by adding 1 tsp. per quart to soak and rinse water.
Citric Acid is a food grade acid that is present in many natural foods. Citric Acid is also useful in canning, drying or freezing foods. It can be used to preserve Vitamin C content, retard spoilage and prevent discolouration. Use 1 tsp. per quart of water or juice for most fruits and vegetables.
Store in a cool, dry place after opening.