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2 lemons 2 heaped tsp salt juice of 1 lemon 1 bay leaf grapeseed or similar neutral oil
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Scrub the lemons well and slice them lengthwise into sixths. Freeze the lemon slices on a tray until rigid. Sterilise a medium jar and its metal lid. Take the lemons out of the freezer and pack them into the clean jar. Add the salt and lemon juice and the bay leaf. Cover with oil.
The pickled lemons will be ready in about a week but will improve over several months. Once you open the jar, you'll need to keep it in the fridge. To use the lemons, scoop out and discard the lemon flesh, then thinly slice the rinds.
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