Storing lemons in the refrigerator may not be the best solution, as the refrigerator temperature can dehydrate the lemons and “dry out” the zest of the citrus fruits. What is the best way to store lemons when you have a lot of them? We will find out.
Mold often forms on lemons. The origin of mold formation depends on climatic conditions, but also on the harvest and distribution of citrus fruits. If lemons are damaged during transportation, the citrus fruits themselves are at risk of mold growth.
Acidic PH makes lemons more susceptible to fungus spores. Indeed, mold proliferates more in acidic environments.
The mold attacks lemons, but in no way makes them toxic or harmful to the touch or smell. We will find out how to store lemons in such a way as to avoid the formation of mold?
Here is the method to prevent the attack of spores:
Please note that it is entirely possible to preserve lemons at home, while protecting them from spores. Here’s what you need to do:
- Cut lemon slices.
- Pour water and salt into a container.
- Place the washers in the container.
- Close it tightly and shake.
- Store for months.
Pickled lemons can keep their freshness very well for a long time, thanks to the special property of salt.