Wrong! Do you see that pile of peeled lemons in the above picture? You are not done for today! After spending hours peeling and scraping you're going to be tired, especially if you do 150 lemons like we did. Your back is going to be hurting, your hands might be sore, but you still have work to do. Some people might just throw this pile away, but the Portuguese blood in me won't let me waste a thing. You should NOT wait until the next day to juice these, their flavor will change for the worse if you wait. It's time to bring out the juicer.But wait! You still have a bunch of lemon carcasses! What are you going to do with those?!
I stayed up until about 10pm that night juicing these darn things after my friends left. This juice is valuable. This juice will bring me lemonade in the summer, marinate chicken breasts, and be added to countless recipes through out the next year.With this amount of lemons, I fill up my ice cube trays really fast, and shove them in the freezer. The next day I can pop them out of their trays and move to a ziploc bag and put back into the freezer for long term storage. After I used up my trays I was still left with about 2 gallons of lemon juice (anyone need highlights?!). At this point I start measuring into ziploc bags, 2 cups at a time. I label the bags with what it is and the date.As I fill up the bags, I try to get rid of as much air as possible, and lay them all on a baking sheet. I use four bags per baking sheet, and stack the baking sheets on top of each other in the freezer. Once they freeze like this, take the baking sheets out, and stack the frozen bags in the freezer nicely. Viola! You'll now have a nice supply of lemon juice to use through out the year.
Throw them away! It's late, you're tired, you've done enough for today! Seriously, you should not put these in the compost bin, and you definitely should not put these in your worm bins (unless you WANT to melt the little dudes). The best place for these is now in your trash can, you've used and abused them enough.