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Promoted 07-09-2016 by SubZero5 at 10:57 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 500-Count True Lime Bulk Pack on sale for $19.52 after 'clipped' 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks yooperwoman

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Edited July 8, 2016 at 11:05 AM by wuzzy
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I prefer when people understand the difference between lime and lemon.
I'm glad I tried a small pack of these after seeing the last deal. It's okay, but not exactly like real lime and I can't imagine using 500 of these without getting sick of it pretty quickly.

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Good deal but FYI... they've removed the ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) but Amazon still shows the old label.
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I prefer real lemon juice. But good deal.
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I'm glad I tried a small pack of these after seeing the last deal. It's okay, but not exactly like real lime and I can't imagine using 500 of these without getting sick of it pretty quickly.
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Would these work when making homemade Guacamole?
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Quote from ruhroh30 View Post :
Would these work when making homemade Guacamole?
We use True lime in recipes all the time, including guac. It also makes a great addition to marinades and rubs. We use it as powder most of the time, but it can be added to a small amount of water and mixed if you need to.

Great product, but it seems silly to even offer S&S for a 500 pack. That should last you a long time.
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Anybody use these for frozen drinks? I've got a Margaritaville and I love frozen margaritas and similar drinks but the ice tends to water things down (most recently I tried frozen limeade concentrate and wasn't impressed). As this is more concentrated I've been wondering if this wouldn't help counteract that.

It's probably best to get some at Walmart first to try. Looks like they're $2.86 for a 32 ct package.
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Quote from EtherGnat View Post :
Anybody use these for frozen drinks? I've got a Margaritaville and I love frozen margaritas and similar drinks but the ice tends to water things down (most recently I tried frozen limeade concentrate and wasn't impressed). As this is more concentrated I've been wondering if this wouldn't help counteract that.

It's probably best to get some at Walmart first to try. Looks like they're $2.86 for a 32 ct package.
We've mixed true lime in with the rim sugar to rim our Margarita glasses, but never tried making a mix out of it. I think if that is your plan, you should look at buying the jar of True Lime instead of the packets. Opening that many packets would be terrible.
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Quote from ruhroh30 View Post :
Would these work when making homemade Guacamole?
The real thing is always best, but I've used it in a pinch for guacamole and margaritas. They turned out fine!
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Quote from EtherGnat View Post :
Anybody use these for frozen drinks? I've got a Margaritaville and I love frozen margaritas and similar drinks but the ice tends to water things down (most recently I tried frozen limeade concentrate and wasn't impressed). As this is more concentrated I've been wondering if this wouldn't help counteract that.

It's probably best to get some at Walmart first to try. Looks like they're $2.86 for a 32 ct package.
I made my own simple syrup and mixed this with Grand Marnier and Tequila, it worked great. Making your own gives you the ability to control the concentration, you could make it more concentrated before adding ice.
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Quote from Walke2jd View Post :
We've mixed true lime in with the rim sugar to rim our Margarita glasses, but never tried making a mix out of it. I think if that is your plan, you should look at buying the jar of True Lime instead of the packets. Opening that many packets would be terrible.
I don't think I've seen the shaker locally, although I'll look. Looking up the conversion it looks like it would be about 12 packets for a pitcher... not too bad if you can tear three or four open at the same time like you can with sugar packets, but a pain if you have to do them individually. Being able to easily measure how much you put in without a measuring spoon is worth something too. Definitely something to think about though.
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I've never really been able to palette plain water (even bottled water). Adding a packet into a 16.9oz bottle of water allows me to drink the water and stay hydrated. Real lime/lemon is preferred, of course (and what I do when I'm at home). But it's a pain to either carry, or cut, a wedge of lime at work. So, this is a lifesaver for me.
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This is much better than the shaker. You will always have loose crystals where the shaker tends to clump after a while. I used the lime on top of salads, mixed in water, used as mixer in drinks, on Beef taco. It jazzes up anything you are drinking or eating. Of all the "real lime" products, the lime and lemon seem to be have the most authentic taste. More expensive than real fruit but keeps longer. In for 500!
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I prefer real lemon juice. But good deal.
I prefer when people understand the difference between lime and lemon.
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