Ryan M Miller wrote:I have done some reading about the trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata) and I'm considering growing this hardy citrus where I live in Ohio. Based on what I have heard about the fruit, it is very sour so I want to know if anyone has ever tried making orange-ade from the fruit of this tree as with lemons and limes. If the fruit has a higher acidity than lemons (pH=2-3), than it might require more dilution than lemons. The only issue with juicing trifoliate oranges I have heard about so far is that some fruits may leave a piney resin on a lemon squeezer that is hard to wash off. Based on what I have read, the fruits are supposed to be the size of key limes except full of seeds.
Carla Burke wrote:
Anyway, what's weird is that two things popped into my email inbox, almost at the same time, this morning; notification of this thread, and my daily from Dr Becker, on this topic: https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2020/10/25/pet-care-after-death-of-owner.aspx