It’s not just lemonade that’s made from the fruit of the same species.
In the past, the two fruits have been linked to many health benefits.
And a recent study found that the fruit’s antioxidant properties were associated with its ability to lower cholesterol.
But in this new study, researchers looked at the chemical structure of lemon drops, and found that they were more similar to grapes than to limes.
So the researchers are exploring a different approach for making lemonade, which could include adding lemon juice to the mix.
And in the meantime, here’s how you can make a lemon drop shot.
Start with the lemon curds.
The researchers used the same technique they used in their previous research to make lemon curdies: they sliced a slice of fresh white grapes, cut off the tops and bottoms of the stems, and soaked the curds in vinegar.
Then they put the slices in a jar, covered them with a thin layer of foil, and sealed the jar with a lid.
The scientists then chilled the curd mixture in a saucepan.
When they brought it to room temperature, the mixture turned white, and the juice inside was released.
When the researchers mixed the mixture with vinegar, the color was gone.
So, the researchers added lemon juice at the end of the recipe to make a drop shot, which tasted exactly like the traditional version.
Make the limes juice.
To make the drop shot without the vinegar, they added 1 1/2 teaspoons of lemon juice.
This will make about a 1-liter bottle of limes lemonade.
The liquid is already pretty strong and the researchers say they didn’t need to add any more.
Add the lemon juice after chilling.
After the currd has chilled, they then added 1/4 cup of the liquid from the drop shots.
They put the curder back in the jar, and voila!
The juice is fully absorbed and can be consumed.
Use the recipe.
In a recipe, you need to include the ingredients as a whole, and you want to avoid any of the smaller parts that can get lost in the process.
For example, you can add 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda, but not the lukewarm liquid.
The recipe also calls for 3 tablespoons of sugar, but it’s a good idea to include a small amount of granulated sugar in the mix as well.
Serve the lemon drop shots with whipped cream, vanilla ice cream, or fruit punch.
They’re delicious, and they taste like a traditional grape drop shot — a nice combination.