Citrus powder makes the fruits much more delicious

Citrus powder
@youless (84693)
Guangzhou, China
March 5, 2016 7:30am CST
When I had a travel in Thailand, they sold the guava with citrus powder. I haven't tried it before, but I must say that it really tasted great. Later I tried the mango with citrus powder and it was delicious, too. Today I bought the citrus powder online since my husband bought green mangoes home. I hope I can receive the citrus powder on Monday and then I will start to taste the mangoes. I really miss its nice taste. Do you eat any fruits with citrus powder?
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@celticeagle (111525)
• Boise, Idaho
5 Mar 16
Most fruits I like have citrus naturally. Lemon, pineapple, strawberries, oranges and raspberries.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 16
How about dipping the fruits with the citrus powder?
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@celticeagle (111525)
• Boise, Idaho
6 Mar 16
@youless ....But why?
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 16
@celticeagle Taste well.
@kaka135 (13425)
• Malaysia
7 Mar 16
I don't know how the citrus powder is, and I don't think I have tried that. We sometimes eat the fruits with sour plum powder or salt. At home, we usually do not add anything powder or salt to the fruits.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
I think the citrus powder is similar with sour plum powder. The citrus powder is from the orange skin.
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@kaka135 (13425)
• Malaysia
10 Mar 16
@youless I do eat those dried orange skin before, but haven't try the powder.
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• Quezon, Philippines
5 Mar 16
Nope :) but wanna give it a try since Im a fruit lover :D
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 16
It will taste well, trust me.
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• Quezon, Philippines
6 Mar 16
@youless haha I guess we dont have citrus powder here in Philippines
@Corbin5 (70120)
• United States
5 Mar 16
I have not tried citrus powder but I sure would like too. Not sure where I would find it around here.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 16
Perhaps you can get it from the Asian food store? And I think you shall get it via the net.
@sishy7 (24765)
• Australia
5 Mar 16
No, because I didn't even know about it before... But it does sound like something interesting that I don't mind trying. I knew some people who dip mangoes or other sour fruits into peppered salt - they said it countered the sourness and made the fruits tasted much better.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 16
I think the citrus powder is mainly from the skin of the orange.
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@Shavkat (42860)
• Philippines
5 Mar 16
We have all types tropical fruits here in the Philippines. It is not difficult to avail these products.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Mar 16
Will you add some powders to the fruits?
@amnabas (9702)
• Karachi, Pakistan
5 Mar 16
Yes we get it here too and on the other hand we use black salt too to sprinkle on fruits.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Mar 16
Black salt? I haven't tried it yet. It is a very new habit for me.
@scheng1 (24970)
• Singapore
5 Mar 16
Yes, it is a common way to eat guava in Singapore too. When we buy cut guava at a fruit stall, we can just take the black sauce and the citrus powder and add to the guava.
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@youless (84693)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Mar 16
When I was in Singapore, I missed the fruit stall and therefore I haven't tried the guava with black sauce and the citrus powder.