I finally got all the lemons washed this morning so I’ll get started on slicing some of them for the dehydrator. They’re easy to clean. Just wipe them off with a moist dishcloth and rinse under running water. Here’s an answer to one of the questions I got with the last post.
Are they normally that large? Yes, although some of them are smaller but usually not quite as small as the ones you buy in the supermarket. There’s a wide variety of sizes.
You can buy Meyer lemon trees online but I think they’re usually the dwarf size that you can grow on a patio. Down here, we buy them at local produce markets and they are planted in the ground. I asked Don how many trees this guy had and he said “3″. That’s a lot of fruit for 3 trees!
I found a few interesting pages about them and a couple recipes that sound good so I thought you might like to take a look.