Do you love lemonade but hate all that refined sugar? Here is the very best lemonade recipe that uses whole lemons and honey. This recipe needs fewer lemons than a traditional recipe yet is nutrient and flavor-packed.
cut ends off lemons and discard, then quarter lemons.
Blend water, lemons, and honey on puree setting.
strain through a fine mesh strainer.
bottle, store and enjoy chilled or over ice.
In this recipe, lemon peel is where all the magic happens. The peels are very high in calcium, potassium, vitamin C, and fiber and folate. Folate is the natural form of the synthetic counterpart we are used to hearing about called folic acid. However folic acid (the synthetic nutrient) is harder for the body to actually use than the real nature made folate.