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Citric acid was derived from citrus in the 17th century as it is weakly present in citrus. The present day manufacture of citric acid doesn't involve citrus or vegetables. It is a chemical compound manufactured by either feeding a strain of mold sucrose and precipitating out the acid with calcium salts or applying a hi… see more Citric acid was derived from citrus in the 17th century as it is weakly present in citrus. The present day manufacture of citric acid doesn't involve citrus or vegetables. It is a chemical compound manufactured by either feeding a strain of mold sucrose and precipitating out the acid with calcium salts or applying a high pressure environment on specific calcium salts. If you want dehydrated citric juice, try True Lemon or True Lime packets (not the shakers), which are pure crystallized citrus juice. see less Citric acid was derived from citrus in the 17th century as it is weakly present in citrus. The present day manufacture of citric acid doesn't involve citrus or vegetables. It is a chemical compound manufactured by either feeding a strain of mold sucrose and precipitating out the acid with calcium salts or applying a high pressure environment on specific calcium salts. If you want dehydrated citric juice, try True Lemon or True Lime packets (not the shakers), which are pure crystallized citrus juice.
A.map
· July 2, 2015
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Yes, two tablespoons per liter
Steel Head Trout
· February 21, 2017
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yes it works great - alternately we use fresh or concentrated lemon juice
HM
· September 2, 2017
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And pound bag is not four to five cups. If you want that kind of volume, by the bigger bag. This is a very small bag and I would guess about two cups perhaps two and a half.
Eleanor J. Lastra
· February 20, 2017
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Yes. I put it in my dishwasher to get the white film off my dishes.
Stephanie Hansen
· September 4, 2016
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Yes mix with baking soda
Cass V
· April 1, 2018
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from what i am reading on google, it is, but that is citric acid in general, but does not say so on the package
A. St Aoro
· December 6, 2018
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Citrix acid does not contain gluten
Nurse Ratchet
· September 26, 2018
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ale
· March 9, 2019
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I used it in my top load washer, I doing think it helped at all. In my opinion, this stuff is useless, I just regret spending money for it!
D. Laird
· April 25, 2019