One small lemon will give you about three tablespoons (1.5 ounces or 44 milliliters) of lemon juice.

FAQ

- 1 What is the equivalent of 1 lemon?
- 2 How much liquid do you get from 1 lemon?
- 3 Can you use lemon juice instead of fresh lemon?
- 4 How many mL is the juice of 1 lemon?
- 5 Is it OK to drink lemon water all day?
- 6 Can you substitute bottled lemon juice for fresh?
- 7 How much lemon juice should I put in my water?
- 8 How many Oz does a cup?

## What is the equivalent of 1 lemon?

The equivalent of 1 lemon is 3 tablespoons of lemon juice.

## How much liquid do you get from 1 lemon?

One lemon yields about 3 tablespoons of juice.

## Can you use lemon juice instead of fresh lemon?

You can use lemon juice instead of fresh lemon, but the flavor won’t be as strong.

## How many mL is the juice of 1 lemon?

30 mL

## Is it OK to drink lemon water all day?

Most people don’t drink enough water on a daily basis, so Yes – it is fine to have lemon water all day long. It’s a good way to consume at least 8 glasses. … The more water you drink the better it is for your health and adding lemon to it makes it a healthy energizing Vitamin C rich drink.

## Can you substitute bottled lemon juice for fresh?

Yes, you can use bottled lemon juice instead of fresh.

## How much lemon juice should I put in my water?

The amount of lemon juice you put in your water is up to you. Some people like to put a lot, while others prefer just a little.

## How many Oz does a cup?

A cup is equal to 8 ounces.