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Stretching your frozen juices

Did you realize it is quite simple to save money on your frozen juice simply by creating more juice out of the same amount of frozen concentrate?

When you were making frozen juice, be sure you read this side of the container, and make the juice exactly according to the instructions. And reflect on how you usually make it. Do you usually use less water or more water? If you usually use less water, you may have a bit harder work ahead of you, but you will be saving money as of now. If you use more water, add that much water, plus a little bit extra. oh

Even when you dilute frozen juice concentrate, most people just can't taste the difference, especially if you are using some of the trendier punches on the market that combine several different kinds of fruit blends. And if it is citrus juice, you could often add even more water, and compensate by adding an extra splash or two of lemon juice.

If you find that your kids have put the juice container back in the fridge with an inch or less of juice left, use that as a base for the next batch. Often that juice is the strongest out of the entire jugand if you use it for the base when making the same kind of Jews, you can add even more water to it because you already have that extra kick added.

 



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