If you have any lemon plant in the yard or a neighbor gives you a basket of them, you will probably have a good supply of lemons for several weeks.
But, what do you do with so many? How to preserve lemons without getting spoilt quickly?
When we buy lemons and store at room temperature, these, after a few days begin to dry. This happens after a week or so.
How to Preserve Lemons
If you have several lemons in a bowl on the table, most likely we might be using one every day for the week, so they should be stored in the refrigerator, but do it as follows:
Wash lemons and place them in a ziploc bag. If you store lemons in the fridge in this way, you can maintain them fresh up to one month, perfectly preserved.
This is the best way to keep lemons without drying, at least if you do not plan to use lemons during the first 5 days of purchase.
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