Lemon and Lime Juice

Does lemon juice have acid in it?

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2012-02-01 06:34:48
2012-02-01 06:34:48

Lemon juice does have acid in it. If you are taking about the lemon juice directly from the fruit, then of course. Even if it is in a juice, lemonade for example, it is still an acid.

Lemon juice does not HAVE acid in it, but it IS an acid.

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