Don’t Throw Away That Cut Lemon Before You Read This

You’re probably wondering how to prevent your lemons from going soft and squishy. We have got the answer right here.

At room temperature, citrus fruit tend to go bad after a week or so, but if well stored, you can extend their life by two or three weeks. All you need is a few tricks that will help you keep those lemons good and fresh for as long as you need! First, let’s introduce you to the benefits of lemons.

I- Nutritional value :

citrus fruit provide your body with several vitamins and minerals, including:

– vitamin C: an antioxidant that improves your immune system and skin health

– Potassium: potassium balances sodium levels in your body, which lowers blood pressure

– In addition to vitamin C and Potassium, citrus fruit contain calcium, magnesium, copper, Vitamins B1, B2, and B6

II- How to keep Them Fresh :

Storing your lemons, so they can stay fresh and colorful, is easy. You can enjoy those lemons juice and zest even after weeks of storage.

– Place them in the Crisper drawer and don’t forget to open the air vent because by doing so, you minimize humidity and give your yellow fruit a chance to survive twice as long.

– If your drawer is crowded, you can stuff them in a jar or a zipper storage bag, then fill it with water and store it in the fridge. They can stay fresh for up to 3 months.

– Avoid plastic containers when storing yellow fruit as that is a moist environment, which is the opposite of what we want. Instead, you can go for mesh bags

– Isolate and store them in a separate spot. If put next to other fruits like bananas, for instance, you will cause them to spoil much faster.

– If you are the kind of person that buys whole bags of lemon but doesn’t use them all, then this one is for you. Place them in the freezer, and you will extend their lives for a few more weeks until you are ready for them.

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Published by
Jack Newman