There's a Buddha's finger fruit in my kitchen. It smells delicious. Does anyone know what I can do with it?
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Marmalade, infusions, infused in alcohol. Candy a whole one, and post a picture!
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How about citrus salt - http://www.101cookbooks... and a citrus ginger juice as Heidi suggests at the end of the post.
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I made Buddhacello with one - like Limoncello but with the Buddha hand - have you cut into one before? No fruit! Just peel and pith! I read somewhere awhile back that they are used as sachets and air freshners as well which makes sense considering the amazing fragrance
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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