Lemon as Sore Throat Soother - Cut a lemon in half. Skewer one half over a medium flame on a gas stove or an electric burner set on high & roast until the peel turns golden brown. Let cool slightly, then mix the juice with 1 teaspoon of honey. Swallow the mixture. Microwave as Lemon Juicer -Squeeze juice from lemons with less effort by first warming them for 20 seconds in the microwave. (Con't)
Lemon as Grater Cleaner - After shredding soft cheese or other sticky foods, go over both sides of the grater with the pulp side of a cut lemon to get rid of any residue.
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I've started keeping a bottle of lemon juice in my refrigerator and another in the fridge at work. I drink way more water that way! It's also great to have around so that I can cut up fruits and keep them from oxidizing.
It's way cheaper than using fresh lemons, especially in the winter!
When you are using a lemon or lime, even an orange while cooking don't throw it out when your done! Pop the left over halves in a freezer bag and toss them in the freezer.
If your garbage disposal starts to get smelly or even if you want a fresh citrus scent in your kitchen, just throw one into the disposal and run some HOT water on the fruit to soften it out. Turn on your garbage disposal and grind the fruit! Super simple!!!474
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