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HGTV
HGTV • 41 weeks ago

Can you freeze lemons? Yes! @HGTVGardens shows you how. (www.hgtvgardens.c...)

  • JSP
    JSP • 41 weeks ago

    Did this by accident one time, because my refrigerator veggie/fruit drawer was set at too cold a temp. and then tried to squeeze juice out of the lemons, it was only mush and NO juice...NOT the best idea to freeze lemons whole, for juicing later! A better idea would be to squeeze the juice and then freeze juice in ice cube trays, once frozen, turn out into freezer zip-lock baggies to store in freezer.

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Lemons: how to freeze them: To freeze lemon slices that you can drop into drinks, lay them out on a cookie sheet and set them in the freezer for a few hours. Once they’re solid, collect them into a zip-top storage bag, where they’ll stay frozen individually (and not clumped together into a yellow iceberg if you were to freeze all the slices together in the bag).

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