Beech Wood Lemon Reamer Reviews
Description:This is a very traditional way to extract juice from your lemon and what's more it is one of the best ways to get every drop out of your fruit and into your food.
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Customer Beech Wood Lemon Reamer Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/11/07 (Very useful, 159 readings)
I dislike electric juicers and that's why I have a Metrocane citrus press. But sometimes I just need to juice one small lemon and it seems a waste of time and energy to take out the whole press just squeeze that one little bit, and then have to wash up the whole contraption. That's why I also have a lemon reamer. A lemon reamer is a hand-held item, where one end looks like the serrated cone shaped squeezing part of a table-top juicer which has been removed and placed on a handle. The idea is you hold the handle in one hand, and then press the lemon into the cone-shaped part to juice the fruit. I should say that using them really efficiently can take a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/13, updated on 04/05/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
We use a lot of citrus fruit in my house, mainly due to the fact that we belong to a fruit and veg co-op at the local family centre. This enables me to buy tons of fruit very cheaply. As a result we drink a lot of fresh juice and it tastes far superior to supermarket juice. We also use citrus juice to make bath scrubs and soaps. When I make up a jug of fresh juice I usually use a ratio of 8 oranges, 2 lemons and 2 limes. The oranges are usually juiced with my electronic juicer and the smaller fruits I do by hand. This lot then goes into a big jug with ice and is delicious on a hot day (even more delicious with vodka in it). I have a range of juicers in the house, an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
When we were setting up home I was very tempted with all the fancy kitchen gadgets in the shops and I very nearly opted for an expensive electrical gadget that removed the juice from lemons etc and was supposed to do just about everything else! But my sensible head took over and instead I bought a Beech wood Lemon Reamer for a few pounds instead. I'm very pleased I did too! Lemon reamers are available in most cook ware shops and on line stores. I bought mine from a local independent shop but they are available on Amazon for less than £5.00. My lemon reamer is made from beech wood and is approximately 15cm's long. It is made in one solid piece of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I'm not sure about you, but I have always squeezed lemons and thought i could extract more juice than I have done. It wasn't like a big issue I have had that I had sleepless nights over, just something that I looked for a solution to and in this Beach Lemon Reamer I found the answer. Lemons have quite thick and tough skins, and getting the most out of them is simplified by this lemon reamer. Obviously it is crafted from solid beach wood, and helps extracting juice from all kinds of citrus fruits. The product is well designed, with a long enough handle to get plenty of purchase whilst pressing into the fruit, and the reaming end offers enough grip to ensure ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
A few years ago I was browsing the gadgets on offer at a garden centre and came across a Beachwood lemon reamer. I love the feel of wood and as I often squeeze lemons, decided to buy one. I seem to remember it was priced at around £5 and since buying I have seen lemon reamers made of various materials including a cheaper plastic option. My lemon reamer is a very simple gadget that is both effective and easy to use. It is cone shaped at one end with serrated edges, with a smooth handle at the other end. To squeeze a lemon or orange, first cut the fruit in half and then using a twisting motion push the fruit down to the bottom of the cone. It is really useful ... Read the complete review
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