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Hello, this is Coreen from Shakes Bakes, and right now we are going to be making cucumber lemon-flavored water. Here are the ingredients we need to make this happen. First and foremost, we need three cups of water, cold if you can, because it just makes it more refreshing without having to put it in the fridge to cool down. In addition to that, we need one teaspoon fresh lemon juice, fresh-squeezed lemon juice if you can, a large cucumber; if you cut it in a third, that would give you this amount. So, one third of a large cucumber, and you slice it, please. In addition to that, I made some lemon ice cubes. What I did was I took the pulp of the lemon, left the membrane, put it to the side, and I put it in the individual ice cube slots, filled it with the drinking water and froze it, and that gave me lemon ice cubes. Last, but not least, you need a pitcher. This is a medium-size pitcher. You can use a carafe, whatever it is that you have on hand. First thing's first, we want to put--I'm sorry, first thing's first, we want to put our cucumber into the bottom of our pitcher, like so. After that, put your lemon juice right over it. As soon as you have that done, it's time to pour the water over it. Be careful, and don't make a mess like I tend to do. Ooh, not bad, not bad today, and then you just pop your ice cubes out. You don't want to set them out too long before you get them into your pitcher. See, isn't that pretty? So pretty. These are in the shape of shells actually, just gives a different dynamic. Ooh, it's crushing on me, that's okay. Again, it has nothing to do with the flavor. Make sure your set a little bit longer than mine, but you get the idea. Well, you almost saw how it looks, not on that one, just make sure you get all your juice out, that's the point. And this is how you make cucumber lemon water.