Seasoning with home-grown lemon leaves
Many dishes of Asian cuisine can be seasoned with lemon leaves. These are simply cut into strips or minced and boiled (goes very well with fish, chicken or fragrant rice!) Or used raw for salad toppings. They simply taste delicious and have a very characteristic sweet smell. You do not even have to buy a lemon plant - simply put a few lemon kernels in the ground, keep it moist and be patient for a few weeks, then the small plantlets will sprout. It is advisable to collect all the cores and to plant, if you squeeze out lemons, in this way you have a supply of plantlets, because even the very young leaves taste very good.