The source of these fruits are from the farm so it is organically grown without any chemical pesticide or herbicide use. The fruits are picked at its prime, when it is loaded with juice and squeezed, straining the seeds. What is left is pure juice without any dilution hence it is concentrated. It is a great source for vitamin A and C. The main acids in this fruit is citric acid and ascorbic acid.
|Total Fat||0 g||Potassium||37 mg|
|Saturated||0 g||Total Carbs||3 g|
|Polyunsaturated||0 g||Dietary Fiber||1 g|
|Monounsaturated||0 g||Sugars||0 g|
|Trans||0 g||Protein||0 g|
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Suggestions for consumption:
- Calamansi drink made by diluting with water and sweetened with honey, raw sugar or molasses. served either warm or cold
- Added to your regular tea drink to make a citrus-flapored tea
- Used in marinating fish
- Used to flavour "soupy" dishes such as laksa and soups
- Used to make salad dressings
- As a natural preservative to cut fresh vegetables and fruits
The pure juice when stored in the refrigerator lasts for 3 months. You can also turn them into "ice cubes" and store in freezer bags for longer storage. When you want to use them, just add as many calamansi ice cubes as you like.
In alternative therapy, it is also used to treat coughs and colds, similar to how lemon is used.
All in all, this is a handy juice to have at hand as it can be used in many ways for consumption and provides nutrients to our daily food consumption without pain or undesirable taste :)