tangerine peel

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tangerine peel

Chinese medicine
The aged rind of the mandarin orange, which is used for gastrointestinal complaints such as bloating, diarrhoea, indigestion, nausea and vomiting; it may be used for mastitis and hypotension.
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As marvelous as the roast goose was, we also enjoyed the other dishes in the set menu: braised seafood with peach jelly soup, made from fruit gathered from peach trees in Shanghai; steamed garoupa with shredded pork and dried mandarin orange peel in black bean sauce; and the obligatory fried rice with diced shrimps, sweet corn and diced mushrooms.
Cold-pressed mandarin orange peel oil in the shampoo cleanses the hair and scalp naturally as copolymer Polyquaternium-7 adds softness and shine to dry tresses.
Chef de Cuisine and Asian culinary specialist Danny Khoo Teng Jin has personally sourced a store cupboard of unique ingredients including lotus seed, sun-dried mandarin orange peel and special Chinese herbs, each of which will be used to provide unique flavours to every dish.
To make the cold plate, various meats, boiled eggs, tofu and seaweed are stewed in a broth of soy sauce, rice wine, brown sugar and water spiced with stick cinnamon, whole star anise, fresh ginger, dried Mandarin orange peel and dried chili peppers.
Call 0870-990 8452 for stockists.Lipstick In Cosmopolitan, pounds 9.95, Bloom A subtle take on sweet breath, these lip colours are blended with mandarin orange peel oil.