[Sca-cooks] Sour Orange Juice
kiridono at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 12:53:10 PDT 2007
There doesn't appear to be anywhere near where I live that this can be
purchased. However, Goya products are pretty generally available. I have
used their bitter orange marinade with a fair amount of success. It has a
few more ingredients, include grapefruit extract, but it is primarilly
seville orange juice/oil/extract. I have found it locally at Shoppers Food
Warehouse...and it should be available anywhere they carry Latino foods.
On 3/30/07, Sam Wallace <guillaumedep at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> I have found a pretty good commercial source of sour orange juice. It is
> out by Badia (www.badiaspices.com). Ingredients are:
> 100% Seville orange juice from concentrate
> Xanthum gum
> Sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate (as preservatives)
> The web site is a bit annoying. I used the search box to find the product.
> Be aware that they are a commercial producer, so you will either need to
> through a local store or set up an account in order to purchase from them.
> have been able to get Seville oranges at the DeKalb International Farmers
> Market, but they typically don't have enough for me to use in a feast. I
> hope this proves of benefit to someone.
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