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The citric acid is only employed for the purpose of maintaining the acidity of the liquid, and is really not essential.
Tamarinds owe their grateful acidity to the presence of citric, tartaric, and other vegetable acids.
Klinger says this remedy is merely a concentrated essence of pomegranate root bark, and contains neither ammonia nor citric acid.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
When lemon juice cannot be obtained, citric acid is a good substitute.The American Housewife|Anonymous
When the crystals of citric acid are very deliquescent, the presence of free sulphuric acid may be suspected.