Thursday, August 20, 2009

cleaning citrus fruits

To prolong their lifespan, most citrus fruits are coated in a light wax. And while this is no big deal if you just want to use the juice in a recipe, for a zest- or peel-centric recipe, you’re best off lightly scrubbing it first under warm water.


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