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Yuzu

Definition: Yuzu

Yuzu
A citrus fruit of East Asian origin that is tangerine sized and green or yellow in color, with a tart flavor and distinctive floral aroma. Yuzu is rarely eaten as a raw fruit (and its fresh form is hard to come by in the United States). Rather, its juice is used to flavor dishes and sauces, and its rind is used to make marmalade or garnish foods such as miso soup.
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Jyramiah Jyramiah 7 years
You know, I would LOVE to try out new exotic fruits. If I could travel to my hearts content, I would bring back fruits for you guys. The good ones, I mean. Not all fruit is delicious. Can't think of any gross ones off the top of my head, but I know they're there!!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i've seen a lot of chefs use this on iron chef and on different programs on the food network and i never really knew what it was all about - but this is really helpful since i now understand more why we don't see it as often in the stores here. Thanks!
Food Food 7 years
Good question. Yuzus typically possess an uneven skin.
macgirl macgirl 7 years
Is it common for them to look that battered?
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