Lemonade from Lemon Juice Concentrate?

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To make lemonade using lemon juice concentrate is as straight forward as using regular lemons. Start by pouring 3/4 of a cup of sugar into a pitcher, followed by 1 cup of of the concentrate. Fill the container with about 6 to 7 cups of cold water and stir. Add in more sugar or water as needed for individual taste. The pitcher can be placed in the refrigerator to chill or add ice cubes to serve immediately.
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The array of powdered drink mixes on the market may make you opt for convenience over taste, but lemonade made from real lemon juice has a more intense, fresher flavor. With lemon
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You follow the directions on the container. You will need much less of the concentrated liquid than with fresh juice from lemons.
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1. Put the water into a pitcher. 2. Mix in sugar. 3. Add in lemon juice. 4. Stir until sugar is dissolved. 5. Most important rule: Enjoy!
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Concentrated lemon juice is simply the juice of lemons that has had the water
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