Lemon juice cannot be substituted for lemon extract because the flavor is not as strong. Most recipes that use lemon extract call for only a teaspoon or two, and a teaspoon of lemon juice will add little to no flavor. More »

Lemon juice can provide a variety of benefits for the face, including eliminating blackheads and lightening self-tanner and age spots. Lemon juice can work as a toner to help with problem skin, and it is also excellent a... More »

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Lemon juice is a useful natural ingredient for skin care and dental hygiene. According to the Huffington Post, lemon juice is a mild but effective bleaching agent that gradually lightens excessive pigmentation, scars and... More »

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Lemon extract has a stronger flavor than lemon rind, so cooks should use half a teaspoon of lemon extract for every teaspoon of lemon rind a recipe requires. Lemon rind is also called lemon peel, when the outer part of t... More »

A substitute for ricotta cheese in lasagna includes a mixture of roasted cauliflower, tofu, yeast and lemon juice. Not only does this remove cheese entirely from the dish, but gives it a vegan element not many would expe... More »

Good-tasting salt substitutes include commercial salt substitutes made with potassium chloride, commercial spice blends sold as salt replacements, fresh garlic, lemon juice and flavored vinegars. Commercial salt substitu... More »

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Some common substitutions for recipe ingredients include applesauce for oil, lemon juice for vinegar, sugar and molasses for brown sugar, and milk and lemon juice for buttermilk. To make the buttermilk substitute, combin... More »