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3 ways to soak lemon, drink to slim body, smooth skin

Using lemon to combine with some other ingredients such as honey, salt, ginger ... will give your family a very good jar for beauty, weight loss without dieting and at the same time supporting fat removal. blood, liver detoxification, stop cough, phlegm, sore throat.

Recipe 1: Honey-soaked peach lemon

– 1 kg of peaches, choose slightly old fruit, glossy lemon rind, persimmon flesh, choose fresh, ripe, thin-skinned fruits

- 1 liter of honey

- 0.8 kg of rock sugar

- Glass bottle

– Compression blister with bamboo slats



Step 1: Wash the lemon, mix a little salt with boiling water to cool, soak for 30 minutes and then take out the lemon to dry. If it's not dry enough, take a clean, dry towel and wipe each lemon thoroughly. Note that when making, hands, cutting boards, knives must be dry and not sticky. Cut the lemon into thin slices, soak the seeds as well.

Step 2: Crush alum sugar, pour a layer of sugar into the jar, to a layer of lemon, 1 layer of sugar, 1 layer of lemon. Keep doing this until you run out of lemons. Except for the big sugar cubes for the top.

Step 3: Finally pour in honey, squeeze the lemon into the blister, close the lid, let it be used for about 3 months.

The first time you soak it, you should check it regularly, if it's bubbling after a few days, skim it off. Do not let the lemon float out of the blister because it will easily become moldy and scum. Soak the lemons for as long as possible. At first, fresh lemons are a bit bitter, but after a long time, lemons are eaten like apricots, both good for the throat and promoting health.

Every morning, take 1-2 teaspoons of honey lemon mixture mixed with warm water and drink before eating. You can drink 1 glass of warm lemon water at night before going to bed. Honey lemon water helps control food intake and supports detoxification and body purification.

Honey-soaked lemon is also a very useful remedy for both adults and children in the rainy season to treat coughs and sore throats. When the first cough, take 1-2 tablespoons of honey for the child to drink. With adults, you suck on 1.2 slices of lemon for about 15 minutes and then chew and swallow, 2-3 times a day will reduce cough and sore throat significantly.

Recipe 2: Salted lemon

– Fresh lemon: 1kg of lemon

– Large-grained salt (do not use finely ground salt): 500g (If soaked to treat cough, you can use the ratio of lemon:salt to be 1:1)

– Alum: 2 teaspoons

– Clean, sealed glass jars (coated with boiling water, let dry)



De-bitter for lemon: Use a needle to lightly penetrate the surface of the lemon. Spread salt evenly over a basket surface. Gently rub the lemon so that it is not crushed but still get the bitter lemon essence. Roll until the lemon peel turns pale green, the salt turns green.

Bring a pot of water to a boil, add a few grains of salt. Prepare a bowl of cold water also drop a few grains of salt. When the water boils lightly, pour the lemon into the ceiling, then immediately take it out and drop it in a bowl of cold water. About 5 minutes take out the lemon.

Mix a large pot of water with alum. Soak lemons that have been de-bitter, briefly bare there for about 7-8 hours. Take it out to dry in the sun for half a day for the lemon to wilt and dry the peel.

For every 1kg of lemon, you will need about 1 liter of salt water to soak. Boil water with the salt you prepared. Bring to a boil and then cool.

Glass jars have been rinsed with boiling water to dry, layer by layer of lemons in the jar. When the brine has cooled completely, pour it into a jar that is higher than the lemon. Use a scraper to press the surface so that the lemon does not float (like tomato salt). Cover the mouth of the jar, cover it, let it dry in the sun for about 1 week -10 days, then store it in a cool, dry place.

The longer the salted lemon dish, the more sticky it is, the better. Can be used after 1 month. You can grate a lemon in a glass, add a little sugar, a teaspoon of salted lemon juice, and then add warm water (if you want to use it warm) or cold water and ice (if you want to use it cold).

Recipe 3: Lemon pickled ginger, honey

- 5-7 fresh lemons.

- 3 ginger root.

- 1 jar of pure honey.

- 1 glass jar.


Buy lemons, wash them, soak them in salt water, then cut them in half, squeeze out the juice, and cut them into thin slices.

Wash the ginger, peel it and cut it into thin strips.

Add the sliced ​​lemon and ginger, then pour in the lemon juice and pure honey. Close the lid and keep in a cool place for about 1 week to be used.

Take 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, ginger mixed with warm water and drink in the morning

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