But whether a recipe calls for grated lemon (or orange or lime) zest, peel or rind,
you won't want to use that unpleasant white pith. ... Ask the Expert: Wood vs.
Nov 21, 2013 ... Do you know the difference between lemon rind and zest? And how to they differ
from the lemon peel? Our expert has the answer.
Something to watch out for is that most cheap "dried lemon peel" products are
actually made from the zest and a bit of the pith, which will both ...
The dried peel of California lemons adds zesty lemon flavor to desserts,
marinades and seafood. Use as a one-for-one substitution in recipes calling for
Lemon peel has two layers; the oily outer skin and the bitter, spongy pith beneath
it. This zest is made from just the outer layer, so it has a wonderfully strong ...
Jul 29, 2015 ... When you want to add a zingy, sweet citrus flavor to food, the juice is good, but
the zest is even better. It has natural oils that will impart way ...
Dried lemon peel is made from just the "zest" portion of the lemon which is
removed and dried. You can purchase this product online at shops like The Spice
Zest is appropriately named, as it adds flavor and life to all sorts of recipes.
Grated lemon peel, or lemon rind, is the outermost layer of the peel, plus a bit of
white pith. It is a tiny but essential ingredient in recipes that require an acidic ...
Jul 19, 2012 ... Martha Stewart shares tips and tricks for what to do with lemon rinds and how to
get the perfect peel using paring knives, graters, zesters and ...