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Vitamin CVitamin C is an antioxidant, which means that it prevents vegetables and fruits from browning, like a peeled pear for example.
Vitamine C is in several fruits and vegetables like blackcurrant and lemon, but it can be bought in powder form for use in cooking.
If you intend to buy:You can find it in drugstores or chemist's as "ascorbic acid". Ask for vitamin C for cooking use, and it will be sold to you as a white powder.
If you want to use it:Vitamin C is ideal for keeping the attractive appearance of fruits and vegetables which need to be peeled, cut and/or blended. You need only use a pinch each time.
Recipes which use it: 12Of which:
|Sautéed pears with custard and orange syrup||Verrine of avocado mousse and crab||Peach and mint salad||Raspberry sorbet||Pear charlotte|
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