The easiest ways to keep your apples from browning
Slice an apple and before you can even get your snack on, it starts to turn brown. Here's what to do about it.
CITRUS OR PINEAPPLE JUICE
What do these juices have in common? They contain citric acid, which prevents oxidation and browning. If you're going the citrus route, simply squeeze your lemon, lime, or orange directly onto the surface of the cut apple. Otherwise, soak the fruit in the juice. Whichever juice you use, be aware that it will impart a little bit of flavor onto the apple, so pick your favorite.SALT & WATER
Dissolve 1/8 teaspoon of salt into one cup of water, add your apple slices, let them soak for a few minutes, then drain them. Give the slices a quick rinse in fresh water after you drain them, so your fruit won't taste salty.HONEY & WATER
Stir two tablespoons of honey into one cup of water and soak your apple slices in the mixture for 30 seconds. This works because there is a compound in honey that stops the enzyme responsible for oxidization.
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