Freshly squeezed orange juice

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Amanda

Freshly squeezed orange juice

If I juiced some oranges into a glass bottle with a swing lid how long would it last in the fridge? A day or two?

Thank you.

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Gerry

fresh juice

Don't know but no point in not drinking it immediately.

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Amanda

Orange juice

Ordinarily I would agree, but I am have friends visiting so would like to make a couple of bottles before they arrive.

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salls234

orange juice

Tightly covered or in a refrigerated container I'd say a good 5 days. I do this often. Around day 5 the tangy taste kicks in!

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Thistledo

Freshly squeezed orange juice

I agree that up to 5 days in the fridge is okay. After all the fresh juice you buy advises that time for storage, once opened.

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Gerry

Amanda, orange juice

I see. You spoil your visitors. My slobby lot get up for breakfast hours after I do. I have only a cheap plastic squeezy thing which is hard work. Maybe I'd do it it in the morning and refridgerate until they eventually get up. BTW I hate drinks cold from the fridge but most people like them.

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Yummy

Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice

Most visitors ask "can I be of any help"....let them do the squuezing, it will keep them out of your hair for a bit, while you get on :)

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Amanda

Freshly squeezed orange juice

I can't bear people helping me in the kitchen. I like to be left alone as they just get in my way :-)

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Yummy

Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice


"I can't bear people helping me in the kitchen. I like to be left alone as they just get in my way :-) "


Exactly !!!

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Queen of Puds

Guests who offer to help ...

Suggest they clean the loo?

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sam from worthing

freshly squeezed orange juice



personally i hate orange juice of any kind.

but i would think that the beneficial effect of freshly squeezed orange juice would be lost after an hour or 2 of being squeezed - so you would be better off "buying in".

there are some very good quality ornage juices or "fresh"
fruit juices on the market i am sure home and abroad.

I would serve that with good tea or coffee. If your visitors are requiring vit c....get a couple of blood grapefruits (my personal fav's) in, and serve with other things for breakfast.

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sam from worthing

orange juice fresh....


or as an alternaitve..... this is absolutely bloody gorgeous.

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/type-of-dish/party-food/accompaniment/home-made-lemonade.html

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Essex Girl

Orange Juice

Although I'm sure it would last longer in the fridge I would be inclined to prepare the juice the day before, bearing in mind that the vitamin C content deteriorates during storage. I don't suppose you're particularly concerned about the vit C on this occasion though Amanda and just want to offer your guests freshly squeezed orange juice. Agree with you Gerry - I prefer cold drinks at room temperature, except white wine which has to be really really chilled.

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Dottie May

Freshly squeezed orange juice

I'm just plain lazy - I'd buy a carton the day before visitors arrived.

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Gerry

orange juice

Unless the new season's oranges are different I've been finding clementines, satsumas etc squeezed are better.

 
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