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Verjuice is the acidic juice pressed from unripe fruit, primarily grapes, but also other sour fruit such as green apples, crab apples, etc. The name derives from the Old French 'vertjus' meaning 'green juice.' Verjuice was a common ingredient in the Middle Ages, used as a condiment, a sauce ingredient, and for deglazing.



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