Highly Acidic liquids such as vinegar, honey, or concentrated fruit juices, should only be tested in very small volumes i.e. 1 drop of liquid. If acidic samples are tested in high volumes, they may yield a false positive.
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- Can I test acidic foods with the Nima peanut sensor?
- Infographic - Eating out with your Nima Peanut sensor
- What type of foods can the peanut sensor test?
- Is the peanut sensor able to detect peanut oil?
- Is the peanut sensor able to detect all peanut varieties?
- Does the peanut sensor test for other legumes?
- Can the peanut sensor detect tree nuts?
- I can't even touch peanut, how can I take a sample?
- Can the peanut sensor work for later tests you might develop?
- Are peanut capsules reusable?