I am seriously thinking about trying to import Thai orange juice as a side gig. Or, at the very least, I'd like to find out exactly what is in that o.j. and try to make it in America and sell it at farmers markets, Whole Foods, etc.
I really think there is a potential to make a lot of money here. I know this shit would be hugely popular in America, but I just don't know how to make it or buy it.
If anyone has any insight or would like to help me out with this, let me know.
Take normal orange juice... add a bag full of sugar.
This is it... The apocalypse.
No--it's a different fruit. I don't know what it is, but I want to know.
They add salt.
I believe it is tangerine juice slightly salted.
I doubt the tangerines in your neck of the woods will have the same flavor as the Thai ones (green peel).
don't forget MSG.
Well, I'm going to make some and see how it goes. If I can get the taste right, maybe set up a stall at a farmer's market. Who knows?
Yeah, imported Thai OJ with salt and MSG. Let's not forget the preservatives that will be needed to ship this product.
My wife complains about American milk ALL THE TIME. In fact, every foreigner I've known who's lived in America complains about the milk. It tastes "chemically", they say. Maybe American farmers pump too many hormones in their cows?
I prefer Florida OJ