Milk and dairy products:
Lemon juice can curdle milk and dairy products, making them unpleasant to eat.
Lemon juice can accentuate the spiciness of food, making it too hot to eat.
Lemon juice can overpower the delicate flavor of mild seafood, such as sole and flounder.
Lemon juice can react with alkaline vegetables, such as avocados and cucumbers, causing an unpleasant bitterness or off-flavor.
Highly salty foods:
Lemon juice can clash with the salty flavor of highly salted foods, creating a harsh and unpleasant taste.
Lemon juice can clash with the tannins in red wine, resulting in an unpleasant bitter taste.
Lemon juice can overpower the natural sweetness of melons, making them taste sour and unpleasant.
Very ripe strawberries:
Lemon juice can make very ripe strawberries mushy and bland.
Avoid these combinations for good health