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A question about a recipe: Rum Apple Cake

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I have a question about the ingredient "juice of one lemon" on the recipe "Rum Apple Cake" from colombedujour. I have a Meyer lemon tree with HUGE lemons on it. One of these monsters can yield close to a half-cup of juice! Can you be a little more specific about the amount of lemon juice for this recipe? Thanks!

asked by debearly almost 5 years ago
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added almost 5 years ago

Probably half of that will do. You are just using the lemon juice to prevent the apple slice from oxidizing (turning brown) after you slice them.

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