Ginger Limeade


I’ve been seeing ginger limeade around…on a cooking show…in a rack of fresh juices…When I used to drink soda (a long time ago!) I used to always put a squeeze of lime in my ginger ale.

But my preference now is to always eliminate sugar wherever I can, and so I was very happy to discover I can make a wonderful ginger limeade with no sweetener at all.

One day I was making a recipe that called for the juice of half a lime. I had this other half lime so I just squeezed it into a glass and…ginger limeade!

This is so much fresher and alive than any other ginger limeade, and a great pick-me up. Try it!

Make it fresh to get all the benefits of the lime and ginger.

Ginger Limeade
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Serves: 1 serving
  • 1 lime
  • fresh ginger
  • a tray of ice cubes made with filtered water
  • filtered water or sparkling bottled water
  1. Squeeze the juice of one lime into a pint-sized glass.
  2. Using a fine grater, grate ginger into the glass. I use about ¼ teaspoon, but start with a small amount and then add more after you add water and taste.
  3. Put the ice cubes in the glass and then fill with water.
  4. Stir and serve immediately.