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Lemons - fruit for all seasons, practically. They are available for most of the year and can turn an ordinary meal into something special. The June Foodwatch Newsletter is all about lemons. So drop a slice in your cup of tea and take a look...
Lemons and nutrition
Whether you juice them, zest them or slice them lemons make both a nutritional and a flavour contribution to just about any food. Take a look at the June Foodwatch Newsletter and find out more about just how useful lemons can be and check out our Foodwatch recipes that put them to good use.
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