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Lemons, Salt, and Time

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Looking for a budget-friendly, DIY project for the week? Make preserved lemons. The process is about three steps long, and all you need is fruit, salt, and time. (Hands-off time, that is.) Quartered lemons get a healthy blanket of salt, a little spice, and are nestled into a jar, cozying up to each other. A week later, you’ll have slouchy, softened rinds to add a perfumed, complex tartness to dishes like this one, or this. In the time it took you to read this post, your lemons could be well on their preserving way.

DIY: Moroccan Preserved Lemons
from Gardenista

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