Lots of juice and a bright, clear, tart flavor that is surprisingly low in acid. The rind has lots of tang with a bitter note thrown in. We use lemons as a substitute for salt on veggies, a pinch hitter for vinegar in dressings, and an overall flavor booster in both sweet and savory dishes.
Storage Tips for Lemons
Properly stored, lemons will usually keep well for about 3 to 4 weeks in the fridge. Whole lemons may be frozen "as is" in plastic bags; they will be mushy when thawed but can be used for juice.