Cut The Centre Of Citrus Wedges To Avoid Spraying Juice

Cut The Centre Of Citrus Wedges To Avoid Spraying Juice
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If you want to squeeze the juice from wedges of lime, lemon or orange, here’s a tip that will ensure you get every last drop: cut a slit horizontally across the wedge. This will create a channel that allows the juice to flow out, giving you more control and reducing the amount of juice that gets sprayed.

Juicing citrus fruit isn’t hard, but simple tips like this can make a big difference. Normally, I would just put my hand around the side of the wedge I’m juicing to catch spray, but this technique avoids having to do that and makes sure all of the juice goes right into my drink or mixing bowl.

How to Prevent Spray from Citrus Wedges [CHOW]

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