Lemons are not only good for fish but also for water to where it tastes like lemonade or cuts the taste of water so you can drink it. It's also good for salads as a dressing whether or not you eat at home or in a restaurant. It's a very diabetic friendly side item.
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1/2 teaspoon oil, such as olive (or jojoba, a liquid wax) 1/4 cup vinegar or fresh lemon juice Mix the ingredients in a glass jar. Dab a soft rag into the solution and wipe onto wood surfaces. Cover the glass jar and store indefinitely.
Lemon Oil Duster
10 drops lemon oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice A few drops olive oil or jojoba
Dip a soft recycled cloth, such as one of flannel, in the lemon oil mixture, and wipe furniture.
I LOVE lemon in my water! I prefer fresh lemon and won't use the bottled lemon juice. But, I was struggling to keep fresh lemons on hand. I started squeezing them right away, putting the juice in cube trays and freezing them. Now I always have fresh lemon juice on hand!
I juice my lemons using a press, pour them into a measuring cup (for easing pouring into the cube trays) and use a basic ice cube tray. Super easy!
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