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To make Lemonade, how much Lemons/Water/Sugar do you use?

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6 or 7 lemons
1 cup sugar
6 cups cold water.

You can add more sugar to taste after stirring everything together.
sweeten if you so desire.

Posted on Jun 26, 2011

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    Kelly Jun 28, 2011

    How was the Lemonaide?




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