lime juice

  • usually freshly squeezed juice of limes

    substitute

  • put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items; “the con artist replaced the original with a fake Rembrandt”; “substitute regular milk with fat-free milk”; “synonyms can be interchanged without a changing the context’s meaning”
  • A sports player nominated as eligible to replace another after a game has begun
  • A person or thing that becomes the object of love or other emotion deprived of its natural outlet
  • utility(a): capable of substituting in any of several positions on a team; “a utility infielder”
  • a person or thing that takes or can take the place of another
  • A person or thing acting or serving in place of another

lime juice substitute

lime juice substitute – True Lemon,

True Lemon, Lime & Orange Crystallized 100% Natural Assorted 300 Ct Packets
True Lemon, Lime & Orange Crystallized 100% Natural Assorted 300 Ct Packets
Assortment includes (1) True Lime 100 ct Box, (1) True Orange 100 ct Box and (1) True Lemon 100 ct Box.
True Lemon starts in the grove with fresh lemons selected for their superior flavor. Cold pressing and crystallizing the lemons locks in their flavor at the peak of freshness so True Lemon tastes better than any lemon you can find in the store: fresh frozen or juice. In fact, in taste tests, True Lemon was preferred over fresh lemons 7 out of 10 times!
Because of its fresh taste and convenience (no more shriveled up lemons in your produce drawer and have you ever tried to put a fresh lemon in your purse?) True Lemon lets you use lemon in so many ways! True Lime starts in the grove with fresh limes selected for their superior flavor. Cold pressing and crystallizing the limes locks in their flavor at the peak of freshness so True Lime tastes better than any lime you can find in the store – fresh, frozen or juice. In fact, in taste tests, True Lime was preferred over fresh limes 7 out of 10 times! True Lime’s fresh taste and convenience (no more rushing out for that last-minute lime you need for a recipe or worrying that the ones you do have are going bad!) means you can use lime in so many ways! Enhance the flavor of rice, marinades, drinks and of course guacamole and Key Lime Pie!
True Orange starts in the grove with fresh oranges selected for their superior flavor. They then cold press and crystallize the oranges to lock in the flavor at the peak of freshness. True Orange’s fresh taste and convenience (no more cutting and squeezing or zest to scrape!) mean you can enjoy the essence of fresh-squeezed oranges in delightful new ways! Add to your water, iced tea or make your own soda with seltzer. Sprinkle on fruit, fish or chicken to heighten flavor. Replace juice and zest in recipes. With True Orange there are so many delicious ways to orange!

Rose's Lime Juice Cordial

Rose's Lime Juice Cordial
Rose’s lime juice, often known simply as "Rose’s", is a brand of sweetened lime juice used in mixed drinks, most notably the Gimlet. It is made by the British company L. Rose & Co. (founded 1865), distributed by Mott’s in the United States, and sometimes known as lime cordial.

It is an easy and preservable substitute to sweet and sour, a cocktail ingredient made by mixing lemon or lime juice with sugar cane syrup or sugar syrup in equal parts.

The version of Rose’s distributed by Mott’s in the United States is made using High-fructose corn syrup.

Lauchlin Rose patented the method used to preserve citrus juice without alcohol in 1867. The Merchant Shipping Act of that same year (1867) required all ships of the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy to provide a daily lime ration to sailors to prevent scurvy making the product nearly ubiquitous; thus the origin of the epithet limey.

Other products sold under the Rose’s name are grenadine and a non-alcoholic triple sec.

Note that since Rose’s lime juice is sweetened, it should not be used as a substitute for lime juice in recipes that do not include sugar (notably margaritas). Additionally, the mixer is not typically favored in daiquiris, which instead combine rum with fresh lime juice and simple or gomme syrup.

cabbage and radish slaw

cabbage and radish slaw
marinated only with lime juice and monteray jack (substituted for Cojita). From Everyday Foods Summer issue.

lime juice substitute

True Citrus 100% Natural Crystallized Lime Wedge 100 Ct Dispenser (Pack of 3)
True Citrus 100% Natural Crystallized Lime Wedge 100 Ct Dispenser (Pack of 3)
True Lime starts in the grove with fresh limes selected for their superior flavor. Cold pressing and crystallizing the limes locks in their flavor at the peak of freshness so True Lime tastes better than any lime you can find in the store – fresh, frozen or juice. In fact, in taste tests, True Lime was preferred over fresh limes 7 out of 10 times!
True Lime’s fresh taste and convenience (no more rushing out for that last-minute lime you need for a recipe or worrying that the ones you do have are going bad!) means you can use lime in so many ways! Enhance the flavor of rice, marinades, drinks and of course guacamole and Key Lime Pie!
True Lime is fast becoming the first lime choice for busy people like you who care about health and freshness.

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