How much lemon juice should you put on fruit to keep it from going brown?
Just a little, so it coats it. Same with lemon juice and avacados.
Yes, Jewish people can drink fruit juice. The only fruit juice which is problematic is grape juice as there are certain laws and regulations governing the production of kosher wine and grape juice. All fruit juices should be certified kosher by the relevant Beth Din (Kosher Authority) before being consumed.
All you have to do is keep them in a plastic bag with a tiny bit of air in it and put in the fridge. But eat them soon! Also coating them with lemon juice will prevent them going brown ^^^The air is what turns them brown, so that will not work. Lemon juice or orange juice will, though. It is the acid in the juice that prevents them from oxidizing and turning brown.
a fruit juice is normally pure, and a fruit drink can be dilute. :) may be wrong, but 1st time answerer. if I get spelling wrong, please excuse! === === The term 'fruit juice' infers 100% fruit juice. In the U.S., a fruit beverage that implies it contains fruit must have a % juice statement on the label, with some exceptions. A fruit flavored drink/beverage might not have any fruit in it.
Well if you put it on your apples it will make your apples not go brown...you know how if you let your apples sit for a long time once you have taken a bite? Well, then the lemon juice makes it not get that brown stuff...and if you are making apple pie and cut up the apples then put a little lemon juice to make it not be brown.