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    Default AAA Magic Mask

    I did a search of this forum and didn't find an answer, so I'm going to ask here and then continue my search through google.

    Is there a set amount of this stuff that should be used (or at least a starting point) in 10 ML of liquid?

    Thanks

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    I would like to learn more about this as well, I found this thread Flavourart.com

    I ordered some today, hoping to chill out some juices I have ordered in the past.

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    Hey you two,

    This is the product description of AAA Magic Mask from Flavour Art's website

    Reduce the acid perception without modifying the pH. pH is one of the key factors involved in food stability. In order to reduce the pH, a small amount of organic acid must be added to the food preparation (i.e. citric, malic, tartaric acid). In most cases the addition of food acid is beneficial both for microbiological stability and taste ( just think to an lemon or cola drink, they must be acid to be good ). However, some other foods might require food acid for microbiological safety BUT the acid taste does not complement well ( a light cheese, a sauce as example ). In this cases, the use of Magic Mask can be of help. Magic Mask does not buffer the pH, nor alter it. Magic Mask acts at the tongue receptors level, temporarily reducing the acid perception, thus improving the overall mouth feel. Its action last 5-8 seconds and involve only the acid receptors. Recommended dosage is 1 up to 3 grams for Kg food. When comparing products with and without Magic Mask, the food with Magic Mask must be tasted as second. Give it a try.
    Their description pretty much sums it up. It works with the tongue receptors. As an example, an acidic tasting flavor, like green apple will taste a bit more smooth, and not so acidic. You retain the flavor but the tongue doesn't pick up the acidic properties of the flavor.

    I would suggest to use 1-2 drops per 3ml of liquid.

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    Thank you kind sir.

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