Lemons are nutritious, some even call this fruit a superfood but what is so special about freezing a lemon? Find out!
For those who just don’t have a clue– freezing lemons hardens them, making it easier to grate the skin. The grated lemon skin is easier to eat and why should you eat? Read below!
But why you should eat it?
If you don’t know, the lemon peel (skin) surprisingly more (5 to 10 times) nutritious than its pulp. There are many ways when it comes to eating the grated peeling, you can sprinkle it onto almost any food and receive the health benefits.
One more benefit of freezing lemons is you can get them year round, you can buy in bulk and freeze them and enjoy their benefits long even after the harvest season is gone.
Lemons and other citrus fruits have been known to have properties that help in fighting cancer. There are reports that proved that lemons can help in fighting tumors and cysts.
This tropical fruit also has anti-bacterial properties and consuming it regularly regulates the high blood pressure, it’s a known fact that lemon helps in depression.
What kind of lemons are best for freezing
When you’re choosing lemons to freeze, make sure you go for the large ones, also look for the ones with the least or no amount of soft spots.