Lemonade -

A beverage made from the Lemon, popular both as a means of allaying thirst and for medicinal purposes, being in the latter case drunk either hot or cold, according to the complaint. Itinerant venders of lemonade formerly employed citric or tartaric acid, or even a few drops of sulphuric acid, to make their mixture, only slicing a few lemons to float on top and please the eye. This practice is not as common as it used to be, but in some sections caution is still advisable. Many "lemonade powders" declared to be pure were made in a similar way. Reliable brands of Lemon or lime juice are the best substitute when the fresh fruit is not obtainable.

In England, lemonade is known as "Lemon Squash."

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