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Can you substitute lemon with calamansi?

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The answer depends on how you want to use it. Although lemon and calamansi have the same looks and taste, the properties are different for both. Nevertheless, you can use calamansi as a substitute for lemon in flu protection and common colds, weight loss, removing body odor, and maintaining a healthy mouth. Calamansi is used more for external application whereas lemon is used as a food supplement.

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Calamansi is a healthy fruit that can be used to boost both your looks and health.

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Answered on April 17, 2018 12:04 am
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Both taste are like similar, if you make lemonade

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Lemon juice is considered as the first best substitute of calamansi juice.

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You are right- Lemon juice is one of the best alternative of calamansi juice. I read that the vitamin C content in both are also equally good. Therefore I interchangeably use calamansi juice and lemon juice as my rejuvinating drink. In fact, I once replaced calamansi with lemon while preparing Chicken Calamansi for guests and guess what.. nobody could guess it.. lol!

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