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5 Reasons You Want to Use This Lemon Squeezer

5 Reasons You Want to Use This Lemon Squeezer 3 Rating(s)

 

 

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Do you find yourself wishing you used fresh lemon juice more often, but generally falling back to grab the bottle of lemon juice out of the fridge to save time and hassle?  It can seem daunting to think of trying to get enough fresh juice out of a couple of lemons or limes to make the dessert, vinaigrette, sauce or beverage you are craving, right?

Well, we tried out the Kitchen Frontier Professional Lemon and Lime Press (don’t let the word “Professional” scare you away, now), and in no time had juiced 3 lemons (producing 1/3 cup of juice), completely extracting the juice with very little time and effort.  (See below to get yours for only $1!)

Here are the 5 reasons we think you will enjoy using this lemon squeezer!

1. Easy.  It is so easy to use.  Even though my hands are a bit small, I was perfectly able to squeeze the handles together tightly enough to completely drain the lemon halves of their juice.

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2. Seedless.  No seeds in the juice! The small holes in the citrus press allow the juice to freely flow while keeping any seeds or pulp from getting through.

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3. Clean-up.  Cleaning up is a cinch.  Simply rinse the citrus press after using or place in the dishwasher (yes, it’s dishwasher safe, too)!

4. Durable.  It is made from strong, durable stainless steel and feels like it will hold up for years even with consistent use.  The nice, shiny finish also looks good enough to keep it displayed on the counter with other handy tools.

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5. Instructions.  The free downloadable instruction sheet, especially if you have not used a juice extractor like this lemon press before, is quite handy and shows exactly how to place the fruit into the press, also providing tips for best performance and cleaning.

Enjoy using a lemon press for fresh lemon juice when you whip up this super simple recipe:

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1 clove garlic, minced
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
Zest from 1/2 lemon
2/3 cup olive oil
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
2 teaspoons kosher salt (or 1 teaspoon table salt)
freshly ground black pepper, to taste

Shake all of the ingredients together in a container with a tight-fitting lid or stir heartily with a whisk in a large bowl until thoroughly combined.  Serve immediately (extras can be stored covered in the fridge for up to a week).

Exclusive Limited Time Offer (Thru 6/26/15) from Kitchen Frontier:
50 Premium Lemon Squeezer Giveaway for $1 (Reg. $17.50)

1. Click here and enter your email to get the coupon code.

2. Click here, add to cart.

3. Enter the coupon to get it for $1. (If it doesn’t work it means the deal is finished – the 50 available units are already gone.)

4. Shipping is FREE for Amazon Prime members. Otherwise, it is not free.

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Do you have a favorite dish in which you like to use fresh lemon juice?  What is your trick for getting the most juice from the lemon?

Please leave a comment below and let us know what you think.

*Disclaimer: We received this product in exchange for a review; all opinions expressed are honest and completely our own.

June 24th, 2015

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