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is it okay to drink fresh orange jouce with skins on?

krissyafite | Apr 4, 201507:20 AM     20

I have had the breville joucier since last yearand it works great, the jouce tastes do much better then store bought. However, my brother who has the same joucier taught me to jouce citric fruit with skin on. It works but fine with lemons cause I usuallly use them to make lemonaide, but I used it to make orange jouce and its good but not as sweet with the skins on too tangy butbit tates okay diluted with honey like an orange aide, so next time I will jouce with skin off. However, I was wondering, is it safe to drink the jouce? My husband had a fit when he tasted it and I told him I will drink it, and it could even give a good tart to orange aide. I think its just the orange oil in thd skins he doesnt like. But is this safe for me for me to drink that?

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