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    I am looking for ACIDLESS sorbets/cordials - for indigestion

    limetta
    Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:39 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Dear Food.com,

    I am hoping that you will be able to help me please with any or all of these enquiries about sorbets and cordials.

    I enjoy both but suffer severe acid reflux so am looking for something to remove the acidity or to have acidless fruit.

    1] Do you have a tried and tested recipe for an acidless version of one or more of: orange, lime, raspberry or strawberry sorbets or cordials?

    2] Do you know of any retailers in the UK from whom I can order acidless versions of fruit such as Shamouti oranges, Mediterranean limettas, [persian limes? acidless?], champagne raspberries, which I have been told are acidless. If so, do you also have the recipes for converting them into sorbet or cordial?

    I have difficulties with soya, corn, maize, rice and oats. I can cope with white refined wheatflour but have difficulties with the fibre of vegetables, fruits and grains.

    I suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and bloating so I need something that is very easy to digest and does not have artificial sweeteners. I can only have small amounts of sugar as it ferments in my gut and makes me ill.

    Maybe I am looking for the impossible but then I thought that you might be able to help me.

    Thank you very much for your kind help,

    Best wishes

    limetta


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