How to Save the Juice From Lemons

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How to Save the Juice From Lemons Recipe
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I reused a sparkling grape juice bottle with a screw on lid. Put the funnel into mouth of bottle to make pouring easier and less messy.

I reused a sparkling grape juice bottle with a screw on lid. Put the funnel into mouth of bottle to make pouring easier and less messy.

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Put sieve into funnel to filter pulp and seeds. Reserve for later.

Put sieve into funnel to filter pulp and seeds. Reserve for later.

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Make sure lemons are room temperature. Roll Lemons using the palm of your hand with light pressure. This will loosen the pulp and give you more juice. The lemons will feel after after rolling.

Make sure lemons are room temperature. Roll Lemons using the palm of your hand with light pressure. This will loosen the pulp and give you more juice. The lemons will feel after after rolling.

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Time to cut lemons and start juicing. I like to cut my lemons over my juicer to catch the juice.

Time to cut lemons and start juicing. I like to cut my lemons over my juicer to catch the juice.

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Here's the leftover pulp and seeds. You can take a spoon and try pressing out any renaming juice into the funnel.

Here's the leftover pulp and seeds. You can take a spoon and try pressing out any renaming juice into the funnel.

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12 lemons produced this much juice. Keep refrigerated. I've kept juice for more than 2 weeks without spoiling. Keep those lemons peels and bag! Snap guides will follow showing you how to reuse them.

12 lemons produced this much juice. Keep refrigerated. I've kept juice for more than 2 weeks without spoiling. Keep those lemons peels and bag! Snap guides will follow showing you how to reuse them.

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