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I would try to look for the capsicum tincture at a local health food store. Capsicum tablets are used to improve blood flow and sometimes cure colds, so perhaps a tincture could be found somewhere like that. As for the essence of lemon and ginger, maybe this could be found there too? All of these ingredients are used in natural health products, to be honest ...
Here's what I do. Zest all your lemons, measure out 1 Tbl. at a time and put it into an ice cube tray. Add a little bit of either water or lemon juice and freeze. When frozen you can pop them out and store in a zip lock bag or a freezer safe container. When you need some zest just grab a cube and defrost. Hope this helps.
Most foods dry to about a third their original size, so I would use one third of the amount called for. Lemons vary a great deal in size, but the recipe probably means one tablespoon of zest, which is normal for "medium" sized lemons. Use one teaspoon of dried zest for one tablespoon of fresh zest. Something to watch out for is that most cheap "dried ...
Lemon juce is very alkaline by it's self, when you add any sweetner you are changing it to acid, pink salt is good in lemon drink.
We made this recipe last night with Watkins Dried Lemon Peel, which we think was unsweetened. The bread did not come out well.
Start with 3 TBL then adjust to YOUR taste!!
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