Procedures How To Make A Squash Juice?


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Squash drinks aren't actually made from the vegetable known as squash - instead, they are made from fruit juices, water, sugar, and a pinch of chemical compounds that give the drinks more fizz. The most popular type of squash juice is lemon squash, which is enjoyed worldwide. Making lemon squash is quite simple, and it has a fresh, tangy appeal that makes it a delicious choice for outdoor summer picnics, dinner parties, and casual get-togethers, such as barbecues.

  • Classic recipe

To make a classic lemon squash drink, you'll need two cups of fresh-squeezed lemon juice, two cups of cold water, four glasses of sugar, and generous pinches of citric acid and PMS chemical additive. Mix all ingredients together and taste - add more water, sugar or fruit juice to get the effect you want.  Serve over ice in a tall highball glass, or make a "six-pack" of gourmet squash and package it in glass bottles with screw-on caps. Decorating the bottles with ribbons can make for an original and fun housewarming or party gift.

  • Play with the basic recipe

To make your drink more unusual and interesting, add a dash of ginger juice, or change fruit juices, substituting grapefruit or orange juice for fresh-squeezed lemon juice. Always remember that fresh, high-quality ingredients should be used, rather than processed ingredients. The fruit juice is the most important ingredient, so spend time selecting perfectly-ripe fruit, and find a squeezing method that allows you get the most out of each piece of fruit you use to make your squash drink. 

This traditional and refreshing summer beverage is a great way to cool off after mowing the lawn, playing tennis, or sunbathing at the beach. Lemon squash and other types of fruit-based squash drinks can be healthy choices, but only in moderation, as they do contain plenty of sugar, which can be hard on the immune system. Plan to make squash drinks as a special treat - they appeal to all ages, from children to the elderly.

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