Usage:One teaspoon equals approximately half a lime.
Corn Syrup, Lime Juice with added lime oil
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Posted by Unknown on 30th Aug 2016
There is never a moment that we do not have this in our cabinet. We use it in so much. We make our own rubs, use it in dressings, add it to soups, sprinkle it in salsa. It's just a perfect little creation. Always fresh and tasty.
Love the lime!!
Posted by Unknown on 19th Apr 2016
This lime juice powder is a great and punchier alternative to Lime Rind, and when served WOW! what a punch of citrus it can give. I just wish the flavor didn't cook off as much as it does with traditional sauting.
Citrus here it is
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jan 2016
Searching for that lim flavor in your spice, here's how to do it!!!
Handy flavor for backpacking water treatment
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2015
I use American Spice Company lime powder to take the chemical taste out of treated drinking water while backpacking. It does not take much to impart a slight lime tang to the water that counteracts the chemical taste of most water purification treatments. In the case of water that has been boiled or filtered for treatment, it tends to taste flat. Lime powder again does the job for sprucing it up and making it more palatable. At the end of a cold winter hike, a teaspoon of lime powder and a teaspoon of American Spice Company powdered honey in hot water makes a real treat.
Use this in most everything
Posted by AJ on 28th Jun 2014
I use this in baking cheesecakes, cakes, muffins, cookies and frosting, glazes as well as rubs, quick addition to water or tea if fresh is not available.
Better Than The Packets
Posted by Andrew on 8th Jun 2012
If you like the packets of powdered/granulated lime in the grocery store, you'll love this.. Tastes better and costs less.
it is what it is
Posted by LemonCandy on 12th Jul 2011
Nothing great to say about it but it is just lime juice powder. I called the store and they said it had a carrying agent I think the lady said fructose