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Preserving lemons - a question

sarosenthall | Dec 15, 201812:38 AM     2

I've got some jars of preserved lemons that I assembled. They have been sitting on my counter now, soaking in salty lemon juice for about three weeks. Assume they're now "ready" to give as gifts? They can just sit in their salty lemony water, and folks can use they up little by little, right? Do they need to be refrigerated? apologies for any duplication of prior threads....

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