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Frozen Orange Juice Tip

Ever try to make frozen orange juice and you chop and chop at the petrified block of frozen orange concentrate? Well, the trick is to let the concentrate thaw in your refrigerator overnight. Simply take it out of your freezer and place it in the fridge the night before, then in the morning, you can have great-tasting orange juice without the hassle or mess.

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Also, if you have a blender you can make it in the blender. No need to chop, just put the concentrate in with the correct amount of water, put the lid on and buzz.

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Or you can make your first can of added water warm, then use a potato masher in your pitcher to break it up, then add the 2 more cans of cold water.

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By 3sugarplums (Guest Post)
September 17, 20040 found this helpful

Is all you have to do is take the top metal ring and seal off and stick it in your microwave for 30 seconds. No it doesn't start a fire because the metal on bottom is grounded. Works wonders.

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