Well, the answer depends on another question:
What is your reaction to a little bit of citric acid?
No Citric Acid
The following fruits are safe to eat no matter your reactions, as they contain mallic acid instead of citric. Unfortunately this list is rather limited...
- Peas, pulses and beans of all kinds (although be careful they are not in tomato juice - tomatoes do contain citric acid. Another note is that tinned varieties often add citric acid. Always read the label)
- Potatoes (which means chips, too, although with the frozen kind be aware of added citric acid. Label reading encouraged.)
- Cucumber and courgette (zucchini)
- Sweet peppers
- Onions and spring onions
|Whether you class them as a fruit or vegetable, tomatoes are a no-go zone for those avoiding citric acid. Which also means no ketchup.|