[Sca-cooks] Verjuice was Re: Next project, next recipe II.Ambroyno- price questions

yaini0625 at yahoo.com yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 20 13:02:16 PST 2010

Why do you think verjuice has been replaced by lemon juice? Lemons are what time period?
Aelina the Saami 
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From: Terry Decker
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Subject: [Sca-cooks] Verjuice was Re:  Next project,next recipe II.Ambroyno- price questions
Sent: Feb 20, 2010 12:26 PM

Verjuice literally means "green juice."  It is the sour juice of unripe 
fruit, although in our context the fruit is usually grapes or crabapples. 
It adds an acidic bite.  It has largely been replaced in modern cooking by 
lemon juice.


>I have my idea of what verajuice is but I would like to hear all of your 
>take on it? Why do you think it is used so prominently in cooking?
> Aelina the Saami
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