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Lemons/Limes

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Posted by Piwacket on 4 years ago

Any tips for keeping these citrus fruits from spoiling? I hate to buy "as needed" because here in Chicago they can be really expensive (individual pricing) so I normally buy in a bag, but I've been finding that they usually spoil before I can use them all. Any suggestions would be appreciated - thanks

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  • Danmcn61

    4 years ago

    It is OK to juice them as soon as you bring them home, and then freeze the juice in an ice-cube tray until they are needed. The enzymes won't degrade in the freezer.

  • Piwacket

    4 years ago

    Great idea thanks, never thought about freezing, I hate when the lemon/limes get hard like hockey pucks LOL.

  • Tamz86

    4 years ago

    I had the same problem... I now keep them in the fridge, they last alot longer. The only problem I have now is fitting them in with all the veggies I've got in the fridge! But if I take them out of the net and put them in individually then I can normally squeeze them in somehow!

    Also if they are going past their best I squeeze one into a glass and fill it up with fizzy water. So the lemons don't go to waste and have a really tasty refreshing glass of natural lemonade aswell! I also like the idea of freezing the juice Danmcn61, I'd never thought of that!

  • Piwacket

    4 years ago

    This forum is terrific - frozen lemon/lime juice here I come.

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