Thursday, June 22, 2017


 Freezing  Lemons
Who Knew? 


Please read this. It may enhance your life or the life of someone you know and love. The more you read, the more you may want to know.


It’s only a frozen lemon


Many  professional chefs are  using or consuming the entire lemon –– rind, seeds and all –– so nothing wasted. How could you do this for yourself?  


It’s not hard. Simply place a washed lemon in your freezer Once the lemon is frozen solid, you my grate shred it.  There’s no no need to peel it. Then you may sprinkle the grated lemon on your foods. 


This works well on vegetables salads, soups, cereals, pasta, spaghetti sauce, rice, fish, ice cream, sherbet, — even WHISKEY, if you can imagine that! 


All foods will unexpectedly develop a wonderful taste, something that you may have never experienced before. 

Now  that you've learned this culinary secre  you can even use lemon on packets of instant 
Raman noodles.  


The major advantage of using the whole lemon other than preventing waste and adding 
new taste to your dishes 


is lemon peels’ capacity to contain as much as 
5-to-10 times more vitamins 
than lemon juice, itself.  


By following this simple procedure of freezing the entire lemon, then grating it over your dishes, you get greater health benefits along with better tasting food. 

Lemon peel is useful too in helping to eradicate 
toxic elements from the body.

So  place your washed lemon in your freezer, then grate it over your meals every day. It may help you to feel better and live live longer! Citrus) fruits, especially lemons are said to aid in killing cancer cells. Whether this is true or not, it still coldn’t hurt to try it.

Why are these possible health benefits 
not generally known? 

Probably because the large manufacturers of drugs are more interested in promoting synthetic, often toxic products designed more to profit drug manufacturers than to help those suffering with dread disease.

  
Citrus fruit is credited with many virtues, but the most interesting is the reported effect whole lemons have on cysts and tumors.


Citrus fruit is a proven aid in fighting cancers of all types. It is also considered an anti microbial agent against bacterial and fungal infections internal parasites and worms. It is said too to help regulate high blood pressure, and is even considered effective in combatting the depressing effects of stress and
various nervous disorders.

Why not try freezing, then eating whole grated lemons? You have nothing to lose, and possibly 
a great deal to gain. 




Live simply, Love generously, Care deeply, Speak kindly.

“THERE ARE NO STRANGERS — ONLY FRIENDS WE HAVEN'T MET.”



Don't Be A Sourpass.
Enjoy Some Grated frozen Lemon Instead.
You'll Be Glad You Did.














18 comments:

  1. I doubt that a jihadi is a "friend I haven't met"...

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    1. Aisha al Mahmoud bin Saladin said

      Might turn out to be the love of your life. Ya never know.

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    2. Kinda like Hitler and Eva Braun... no doubt!

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    3. Francoise Sagan said

      More like Napoleon and Josephine, I should think - or - Rasputin and Alexandra peut-etre?

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    4. or Catherine the Great and the Stallion!

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    5. Mason Locke Bowdler said

      Please don't be disgusting.

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    6. What? I'm sure the stallion was a brilliant conversationalist!

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    7. Fiordiligi Puritania-Mather said

      I'm sure that "conversation" must have been the last thing on poor Catherine's mind. She was a nymphomaniac, you know.

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  2. splendid idea FT. I will be doing this for sure

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    1. I've already got a lemon n my freezer, myself, Lisa.

      I love lemons anyway, and this certainly cant hurt, and it may be just as good and helpful as it claims to be.

      Nice to see you here, Lisa! Let me know how you make out with the frozen lemons.

      How's your little friend Joey doing? We haven't heard anything about him for a long time. I hope he's well and happy.

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  3. Lemon and garlic. Two staples of a healthy happy life!

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    1. Julian Child said

      Veal or chicken cutlets, pounded flat, dredged in beaten egg, then flour, sautéed in half-butter, half olive oil, fresh garlic, lemon juice, S&P, is delicious. Add some sliced mushrooms towards the end, and you have a dish fit for a king.

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    1. Sorry, Mr. James, but the subject is LEMONS. We stick to the topic here –– or at the very least ACKNOWLEDGE it.

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  5. My dad drank a lot of lemonade over the years. Maybe that's one reason that he lived so long.

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  6. Years ago, a European friend of mine told me that drinking hot lemonade in the morning assists with weight loss. She certainly was trim!

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    1. Beats endless acrimony, doesn't it, Kid. };-)>

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