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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The preparation of tangerine peel liquor using different alcoholic bases results in a product with particular traits, especially in relation to the dry extract, alcohol and fruit flavor.
Scrape out pulp and white pith from tangerine peels with a spoon and discard.
With abalone, fish maw, chicken, shiitake mushrooms, bamboo pith, black tree fungus, dried tangerine peel and ginger comprising the eight treasures, the soup was brimming with robust flavors that were earthy one minute, citrusy the next and heartwarming all throughout.
Uncharacteristically dry, with a jumble of orchard blossoms, apple, nectarine, and tangerine peel over wet stones.
Big, bright and packed with lychee and tangerine peel flavours, this vibrant white Hungarian has the crisp zest to kickstart you into a new century.
Tangerine peel, parking ticket, perfume and make- up bag.
It's full of Szechuan pepper, Chinese herbs, tangerine peel, cinnamon, etc.
Annie McIntyre, Glasgow ADD dried tangerine peel to the pot for a fragrant cup of tea.
GRAND FIR The most aromatic Christmas tree you can buy, this Northwest native (pictured above) evokes the scent of tangerine peel.
2 teaspoons grated tangerine peel 1/3 cup tangerine juice 3 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 fresh red jalapeno chili (about 1/2 oz.