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tr. & intr.v. a·cid·u·lat·ed, a·cid·u·lat·ing, a·cid·u·lates
To make or become slightly acid.

a·cid′u·la′tion n.
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Before he could finish the sentence I had poured out a glass of some acidulated, cooling drink that was on the table, and brought it to him.
No, I can't kiss you, because I've got an acidulated drop in my mouth.'
The use of phosphate rock (RF) acidulated with sulfuric acid (AS) as source of these elements in short term crops is possible.
Commercially, the acidulated cream goes through an ultrafiltration process or separator which homogenizes the cream.
Simple garnish ideas include balls of cucumber cut with a parisienne scoop or melon baler, mixed lettuce leaves torn into small pieces and lightly dressed, a tiny spot of mock caviar or lumpfish roe along with some tomato concasse, fresh herbs and a drizzle of creme fraiche or acidulated cream.
The Big Sur featured harissa, small pieces of pineapple that had been acidulated in a little extra lime, delicious ham and the customary cheese and tomato.
Trim and turn artichokes, placing in acidulated water after they are turned.
Magic Hat's Pistil is a 4.5% light ale, made with pale and flaked malts, acidulated malt, dandelion leaves, and hopped with Apollo and Northern Brewer.