Freeze Citrus Fruits

If you have a lemon, can be loaded with fruits at harvest and to seek ways to donate most of the first fruits of the spoils. Instead of the surplus to freeze some to enjoy after the fresh citrus fruit is gone. Freezing requires a special preparation of the first fruits in the freezer. Select firm and ripe citrus fruit before freezing. Citrus fruits are oranges, grapefruits, lemons, tangerines, tangors, kumquat, grapefruit, bergamot, lemon, tangerine and tangelo.

Pieces of fruit

Wash the outside of the fruit with water.

Each orange peel, cut in half out. Discard skins.

Divide fruit into sections.

Remove seeds and membrane of each section.

Place the pieces into a freezer container and cover with syrup, fruit juice, or 40 percent. Before adding the liquid, mix ½ c. Tea. Ascorbic acid per 1 liter of syrup or juice.

Put a lid on the container airtight freezer and freeze.
     
Juice

Wash the outside of the fruit with water.

Cut the fruit into halves.

Press the right half of a scout for the juice without, not the oil pan. Repeat this procedure for all citrus fruits, with the shell.

Pour the juice into a container in the freezer.

Add ¾ c. Tea. Ascorbic acid per 1 liter of juice.

Put a lid on the container airtight freezer and freeze.

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