Lip-Puckering Sour Foods

Bitter Food Examples:

1. Bitter Fruit (Apples)

2. Bitter Liquid (Water)

3. Bitter Fruit Juice (Bananas)

4. Bitter Fruit Syrup (Grapes)

5. Bitter Juice (Apple Cider Vinegar)

6. Bitter Soda (Soda Water)

How to Make Sour Food?

The first thing to do is to make sure that you have a good quality apple or any other type of fruit which you want to flavor your drink with. You need to remove the skin from the fruit. Then, you must soak it in water for at least 2 hours. After soaking, drain off all the water and discard it. Now you will use a small amount of sugar to sweeten up your beverage. Next, add some lemon juice or lime juice if desired. Finally, add ice cubes and enjoy!

Bitter Fruit Examples:

1. Bitter Apple (Bitter)

2. Bitter Grapes (Sour)

3. Bitter Orange (Bitter)

4. Bitter Raisins (Sour)

5. Bitter Lemon (Bitter)

6. Bitter Lime (Bitter)

7. Bitter Mango (Sour)

8. Bitter Water Melon (Sour)

9. Bitter Kiwi (Sour)

10. Bitter Blueberries (Sour)

11. Bitter Black Currents (Sour)

12. Bitter Dates (Sour)

13. Bitter Carambola (Sour)

14. Bitter Cherries (Sour)

15. Bitter Guava (Sour)

16. Bitter Cranberries (Sour)

17. Bitter Olives (Sour)

18. Bitter Raisins (Sour)

19. Bitter Tamarind (Sour)

20. Bitter Watermelon (Sour)

21. Bitter Durian (Sour)

22. Bitter Lychee (Sour)

23. Bitter Passionfruit (Sour)

24. Bitter Umeboshi (Sour)

25. Bitter Jackfruit (Sour)

26. Bitter Longans (Sour)

27. Bitter Loquats (Sour)

28. Bitter Sapodilla (Sour)

29. Bitter Wood Apple (Sour)

30. Bitter Yellow Mangosteen (Sour)

31. Bitter Breadfruit (Sour)

32. Bitter Cherimoya (Sour)

33. Bitter Custard Apple (Sour)

34. Bitter Mamoncillo (Sour)

35. Bitter Rambutan (Sour)

36. Bitter Sugar Apple (Sour)


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