Lime Water

"Some recipes are more reminders than actually revelations. Sometimes we need to be reminded of the things we already know and one thing we all need is to drink more water. Here's what I've been drinking today:"
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  • Mix ingredients.
  • Tip: microwave your lime for ten seconds then roll on the counter before juicing. You will get much more juice with much less effort.

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  1. JackieOhNo!
    This is an excellent and refreshing way to drink more water! Rather than use Splenda (which I don't care for), I added monk fruit sweetener, which worked out fine. Thanks for this reminder! Made for Spring PAC 2014.
  2. Debbie 5
    Im forever putting limes or lemon slices & the fresh squeezed juice in my ice water (No sugar for me though,,I love it tart) I also love them in any of the no cal flavored soda waters on the market,,it makes for a tasty,non fat,non caloric,non boring & healthy way to get your water & vitamin C in ya,, YUMMMYYYYY Debbie :)
  3. Charishma_Ramchandani
    One of my favourite summer time drinks! I add a dash of salt also to this and have this usually when I have an upset stomach. Thanks for the nice post of this recipe.


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