Why You Should Start Preserving Lemons And How To Do It

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Do you enjoy canning foods as a way to preserve extra food you are growing at home? You can use this same method to preserve foods that are cannot grow at home. A good option is fruits, like the lemon. If you are interested in preserving lemons, then a simple method might be ideal.

Preserving lemons is done through a process of fermentation. The key to fermentation is salt to make a brine. You can use fermented lemons as an ingredient in many recipes and even smoothies. There are a lot of healthy and nutritional benefits gained from lemons which have been fermented, such as invaluable probiotics.

You should use organic fruit when you want to start preserving lemons. Mason jars will also be needed for this task. Expect to wait at least three weeks for the fermentation process to complete. All parts of a lemon may be eaten after fermenting has been completed, even the peel of the fruit.

The instructions to use for preserving lemons are on mindbodygreen.com here…

Why You Should Start Preserving Lemons And How To Do It


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