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28 Feb 20
I have been suffering from a nasty cold for a few days and making myself a honey and lemon drink which has helped and which I find I have enjoyed drinking! I have, however, no idea what the calorific or sugar value of the drink would be especially the honey component. I use about a tablespoon of honey for 1 lemon. I don’t intend drinking this when not got a cold, but for future reference would like to know more about honey in this context. Any help would be most welcome. Cheers.
A 20ml tblsp honey is 67 calories (it contains about 17grams sugar), lemon juice is about 4 calories per 20ml.
These are Australian measurements, I think a tablespoon is only 15ml in the US.
29 Feb 20
Thanks for your help. I am in the UK and I think a tablespoon here is probably 20ml.
A UK tablespoon is 15ml. Very quick answer to your queries from google…
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