In this streamlined recipe, the salmon is half cooked on the grill and then half-“cooked” by the acidity of lime juice.
The acidity of the tone was so pronounced that Mrs. Carradyne, seated near and busy at her netting, lifted her head in surprise.
The lime-water is for the purpose of correcting the acidity of the milk.
From that time, the moisture must be regulated in proportion to the acidity.
She would appreciate this; not a spice of acidity in a dozen.
The following morning, add teaspoonful of baking soda, dissolved in a little warm water, to counteract any acidity of batter.
They were only wild apples, but even their acidity did not prevent them from being agreeable.
Put in sugar to your taste; it is impossible to make a precise rule, because apples vary so much in acidity.
This will remove the acidity, and improve the bread in lightness.
When the acidity is tempered with age, the coffee can be drunk "straight" which can not be done with many other growths.
acidity a·cid·i·ty (ə-sĭd'ĭ-tē)
The state, quality, or degree of being acid.