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Answered 2015-07-16 18:59:12

yes you can and to make them not turn brown or anything thing (like sliced apples) ex. just put them in water and add some sort of an acid like lemon juice; that will stop them from browning.

I agree with answer #1. A little lemon juice, Orange Juice, or anything acidic will keep apples, etc, from turning brown. This is a must when making guacamole salad which will turn dark very quickly. Tossing guacamole pieces in lemon juice first will keep the salad a beautiful green for a long time.

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When preparing the fruit or veg for a dish you are busy with you can cover with plain water.

You can cover with slightly salted water or add something acidic to the water, if you will only be using the fruit or veg later. When adding apples to a savoury / spicy dish like curry I would use salt, although the salt won't go well with desert.

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all of these are correct, but for sweet potatoes, among many things, i'd recommend using tartaric acid (cream of tartar) with water. it doesn't take much at all, it is cheap, and it won't alter your flavor like citric acid or salt will.

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