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Is lemon squeezer worthy?

Hi all,

Sorry for taking up your time. As it is complicated to cut the lemon with the knife, I am thinking of buying one lemon squeezer replaceable of knife, by which I can easily drink the lemon lime juice by myself and the ways are very convenient.

I was surprised that they did work so well, but I think this is another great use.
I watched a chef making plantain cups with the appropriate tool, then filling them with shrimp serviche.
I found a recipe that you deep fry 1 1/2 chunk of plantain, then use the lemom squeezer to make the cup. (I put plastic wrap so it wouldn't squash through).
This worked beautifully.
You then refried the plantain cup to crisp it, then fill it.
I did cook the shrimp and really had a fresh salsa filling.
They came out looking like this picture. (not mine, camera needs some attending to)
just wanted to share this, as I was so impressed to have something turn out so nicely.
They were delicious.

This is my family's lemon squeezer, however I am not certain if it is worthy.

Can anyone help?

Any ideas or suggestions would be highly appreciated.

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Is lemon squeezer worthy?

Any ideas or advice from you?

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Yes, many folk struggle with the knife.

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