Do lemons have more sugar than strawberries?
Lemons are sour because they don't have much sugar; instead, they are tart due to having a lot of citric acid (hence citrus fruit). Strawberries can be a bit tart, too, but not nearly as much as lemons, so strawberries have more sugar than lemons do.
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Lemons are the awesomest out of fruits and vegetables. They smell way better than oranges and look better than strawberries. (IN YOUR FACE!!) Lemons taste very good in juices as well as eating them normal. But sadly, Lemons are becoming extinct. Too many out of season Lemon hunting is occuring. HELP SAVE LEMONS! JUST CAll 911 and tell them your emergency! LOL!! :)
Limes are green and Lemons are yellow? :P haha jk, I'll give you a better answer than that! A lime has denser flesh than a lemon which makes it heaver. Limes contain more acid than lemons, and are more sour. But lemons are small, green and more bitter before they mature. When they finally turn yellow they are more sweet when matured. When put into a glass or bowl of water, a lime will sink…
you're not going to believe this but lemons have more sugar than lots of other sweeter fruit like strawberries, kiwis and more. Citric acid, water, malic acid (approximately 7 percent of the total acid composition), ascorbic acid (vitamin C, used to prevent scurvy), and finally trace amounts of tartaric acid, fumaric acid, and several others. Lemon juice also contains minor amounts of glucose and other sugars.