This article will show my experience related to the cooking recipe in William G. Crook’s book, where to get unbuffered vitamin C crystals.
If you own “The Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health” by William G. Crook, you’ll find pages 209-201 on the basic “vinaigrette” dressing.
In the listed ingredients, there is 1/4 teaspoon of corn-free, buffer-free, slightly rounded vitamin C crystals. Now, where can you get “corn-free, buffer-free, slightly rounded vitamin C crystals”?
I bought unbuffered vitamin C crystals at my local health food store. If they don’t say “buffered” on the bottle, they most likely aren’t.
Dr. Crook suggests taking vitamin C crystals in “The Yeast Connection Handbook.” He can substitute vitamin C crystals for vinegar in any salad dressing recipe. I usually use about 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of C in my salad dressing.
However, experimentation is always good. I couldn’t find “corn free” crystals and since my husband doesn’t seem to be allergic to corn, he has been fine with it.
You can also use “Bragg Liquid Aminos” instead of salad dressing. It takes a bit of time to get used to the taste, but it’s not too bad after you persevere. This is also an item that you will need to purchase at your local health food store.
Braggs can also be used to replace soy sauce in any recipe and is non-fermented, salt-free, sugar-free, or anything else not allowed on the Candida diet.
I was also told that instead of “buffered” I could say “Ester-C”, and that “ester” means buffered. Have a nice kitchen!