ReaLemon Lemon Juice Shape, 2.5-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 24)
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Place a lemon, lime, or orange on the kitchen counter and roll it in a circle with your palm for about 10 seconds. If you want to bruise the fruit and loosen its juices, press down firmly with a sharp knife. Cut the fruit into half-inch pieces. To make juice, squeeze it vigorously with a citrus press or reamer. Mix the citric acid solution with the lemon juice: Pour the dissolved citric acid solution into the freshly squeezed lemon juice and mix well. Ensure that the citric acid is evenly distributed throughout the juice. Dissolve the citric acid: In a separate container, dissolve the measured citric acid in a small amount of warm water. Stir until the citric acid is fully dissolved.
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Freshly squeezed lemon juice lasts about 3 to 4 days if you refrigerate it in a sealed container. It’ll likely stay safe for a few more days, but it’s better to freeze any leftovers if you need them to last longer. Lemons are citrus fruits that have a bright yellow color and an oval (or football) shape. They’re famous for their sour juice, which can be used in a wide range of recipes for foods, desserts, and drinks.
Once you’ve halved your lemon, squeeze it with all your might to extract as much juice out as possible. You probably won’t be maximizing the amount of juice, but the pursuit of goals isn’t the point of minimalism, right? Bottle the lemon juice: Transfer the citric acid-infused lemon juice into clean and sterilized glass bottles or jars. Leave some headspace at the top of each bottle to allow for expansion during freezing or refrigeration.For maximum liquid yield, pour squeezed juice through a fine mesh strainer to separate all the juice from pulp. Frequently Asked Questions