Definition of Verjuice. Meaning of Verjuice. Synonyms of Verjuice

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Definition of Verjuice

Verjuice
Verjuice Ver"juice`, n. [OE. vergeous, F. verjus, that is, the juice of green fruits; verd, vert, green + jus juice. See Verdant, and Juice.] 1. The sour juice of crab apples, of green or unripe grapes, apples, etc.; also, an acid liquor made from such juice. 2. Tartness; sourness, as of disposition.

Meaning of Verjuice from wikipedia

- verjuice. (ˈ , v , ɜr , ˌ , dʒ , uː , s vur , jooss from middle french vertjus 'green juice') is a highly acidic juice made by pressing
- in the project gutenburg text's version of i.1, lady sneerwell's accomplice is her cousin miss verjuice, not the socially inferior snake
- common seasoning s in the highly ****ed sweet-sour repertory typical of upper-cl**** medieval food included verjuice , wine and vinegar
- dijon mustard originated in 1856, when jean naigeon of dijon substituted verjuice , the acidic 'green' juice of not-quite-ripe grapes, for
- operates a business in the barossa which produces a range of gourmet foods, including pheasant farm pate, quince paste, verjuice and ice creams.
- the pan is returned to the heat, and a liquid such as vegetable or meat stock , a spirit , some wine , or verjuice is added to act as a
- cl****ification and variants: it is made from almond s, verjuice , and sugar . it has a strongly acidic flavour, because of the verjuice. (
- dijon mustard originated in 1856, when jean naigeon of dijon substituted verjuice , the acidic 'green' juice of unripe grapes, for vinegar
- winners 1751–1817: 1786 , verjuice , mr. wentworth , delhini , sir f. standish , delhini , sir f. standish , 1787 , windlestone , mr.
- and a fondness for adding tangy liquids like verjuice , tamarind and the juice of bitter oranges to produce a distinctly sweet-sour taste.