When you buy a large bag of lemons, you may not use them at once, learning how to store lemon juice for later use is you might think of. Freezing lemon juice in ice cube tray is a real quick way to store and preserve lemon juice. They are all ready when you need a small portion for any recipes in cooking, baking or making drinks. When a recipe calls for a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice, reach for the freezer and save yourself a lots of trouble.
Buy a bag full of lemons, juicing all lemons at once. Fill up your ice cube trays with fresh lemon juice. When they are completely frozen, popped them out and put in Ziploc/freezer bags, and put them back in the freezer for later use.
No lemon go to waste, each ice cube equal to about 2 tablespoon of juice, as good as freshly squeezed lemon.
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How to Store Lemon Juice (and Preserve) | MyKitchen101en
1 Buy a bag of lemons, juice once and save yourself some troubles.
2 Juicing lemons.
3 Strain the juice.
4 Fill up your ice cube trays, once frozen put in Ziploc/freezer bags.
5 Can last from 4-6 months in freezer without losing its flavor.
How to Store and Preserve Lemon Juice
- 2-3 ice tray
- 1 bag lemons
- Buy a bag of lemons, juice once and save yourself some troubles.
- Juicing lemons.
- Strain the juice.
- Fill up your ice cube trays, once frozen put in Ziploc/freezer bags.
- Can last from 4-6 months in freezer without losing its flavor.