What do you understand by "lemonade from lemons"?

@ourlot (994)
September 22, 2016 2:51pm CST
Of course, lemonade is made from lemons. Where would it come from? Oranges?
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@MALUSE (42722)
• Uzbekistan
22 Sep 16
Fruit juices can also come out of chemical laboratories.
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@pgntwo (22001)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
22 Sep 16
It is amazing that so many tastes can be synthesized chemically. I wonder what foods cannot ever be made in a laboratory...?
@1creekgirl (11522)
• United States
22 Sep 16
It made me think about the expression, "When life hands you a lemon, make lemonade out of it." That means try to turn a bad experience into a good one.
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@OneOfMany (12416)
• United States
22 Sep 16
I thought it meant 'add sugar', because lemonade is only tasty because of the sugar, right? ;)
@OneOfMany (12416)
• United States
22 Sep 16
I was just thinking about this this morning. I was thinking about the move The Adams Family and the part where Wednesday and Pugsly were trying to sell lemonade (obviously made with chemicals) and the girl scout asks if their lemonade was made from real lemons. And they asked her if the girl scout cookies were made from real girl scouts. One has to wonder sometimes!
@pgntwo (22001)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
22 Sep 16
Silly! You get Orangeade from oranges