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sharp-tasting

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Definition of sharp-tasting in English:

adjective

Having an acidic taste; tart: a sharp-tasting aromatic root
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  • Adding a squeeze of lemon juice to the milk sours it slightly, mimicking sharp-tasting buttermilk, often used in scones but sometimes tricky to find.
  • I have never had chocolate desserts this bitter and sharp-tasting.
  • Many of the recipes call for stuffing with some sort of strong or sharp-tasting ingredient, which invariably plays a role in basting as well.

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