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Is frozen orange juice concentrate gluten free?


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from the grocery store in the frozen section.

yes but it won't taste good. It would be like aeting a lemon and then drinking lemon juice

It means you have to concentrate on it for it to turn into juice

Hi I also wanted to know this. Found this answer on the net. Fresh is the way to go. "Orange juice is frequently bought as a frozen concentrate. Frozen, reconstituted orange juice has 78% and canned orange juice has 69% of the vitamin C found in fresh squeezed orange juice. Vitamin C is destroyed during the condensing process, but canning is even harder on vitamin C. It appears that fresh squeezed orange juice is better than either frozen concentrate or canned..." Source:

Probably less orange juice...the thing is that the concentrate is thicker and has more flavor.

Let's use a can of frozen orange juice concentrate as an analogy: The concentrated solution would be the orange juice in its "concentrate form". If you were to let that frozen orange juice melt without adding water, it would have a much thicker consistency that juice, and it would have a much stronger taste. When we add water to this solution, it becomes dilute because we have made the solution much milder, and more of a liquid.

If you are talking about how long to keep reconstituted frozen orange juice concentrate - Minute Maid says it should be used within five days when kept cold in the refrigerator. See Related Links.

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You can use orange juice or orange juice concentrate in place of cointreau.

where can you still buy or order Five Alive Frozen Fruit Concentrate

basically they both are same as it is orange juice in different forms but frozen orange is better because fresh orange juice gets spoilt fast

Orange juice can be concentrated for diluting with water before drinking. Pure orange juice can be drunk as it is. Oranges are a fruit and are organic.

Even the "reconstituted" orange juice made by adding water to the frozen concentrate is a heterogeneous mixture because it would contain traces of orange pulp and other components of juice, not to mention the flavouring and other additives put in by the manufacturer.

Orange juice concentrate is frozen in a can, and its main use is diluted with three cans of water to make drinkable orange juice. The resulting juice is refrigerated and served cold. Frozen orange juice concentrate, when thawed out, can be used in cooking. Some recipes ask specifically for this concentrate, rather than fresh oranges or orange jelly, because it is thick, has a high volume of water and either has pulp/zest in great quantity, or added sweeteners. The jelly or confit of oranges, found on store shelves in jars, does not make orange juice; it can be used for cooking, in recipes such as orange chicken, or as a garnish for cooked meats/poultry. Orange marmalade, which is basically sweetened confit of oranges, is also found in jars on store shelves and its main use is as a spread for bread or muffins, in place of fruit jelly or preserves. It is also sometimes used in cooking. Use the orange item which the recipe asks for, for best results.

Ingredients1 cn (16-oz.) Frozen orange juiceconcentrate; thawed 1 pk Frozen sliced strawberries;half thawed with juice 1 cn (6-oz.) Frozen lemonadeconcentrate 1 qt Carbonated water1 qt Ginger aleThinly sliced oranges and -lemons, for garnish Combine orange juice, strawberries, and frozen lemonade in a punchbowl with ice. Just before serving, add carbonated water and ginger ale. Garnish with orange and lemon slices. Makes 20 servings.

When adding water to frozen orange juice concentrate, do not add too much, because excess dilution will result in an insipid flavor.

I'm going to try using frozen orange juice concentrate. It's for a sauce, it will probably have a different texture, but I just need the orange flavor, I don't mind if it's not as thick.

Concentrated orange juice has a typical brix (sugar to water ratio) of 65 degrees while regular orange juice has a brix of 12 degrees.

It means the amount of sugar the concentrate contains. based on that is calculated how much water should be inserted to make a fruit juice as those available in the stores. An example; Orange concentrate has somewhat 66 brix, a 100% orange juice ready to drink should have 11 brix. In that case it is used 180 grams of concentrate and 820 of water for 1 liter orange juice.

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