We have Buddhas Hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis) for a limited time only! This unusually shaped citron has finger like sections that resemble some representations of Buddha's hands.
The citron (Citrus medica) is a large fragrant citrus fruit with a thick rind. It is one of the original citrus fruits from which all other citrus types developed.
The origin of this kind of citron is commonly traced back to South or East Asia, probably northeastern India or China, where many domesticated citrus fruits originate.
Buddha's hand kind of tastes like a lemon. This fruit is peel and pith, there's no juice or pulp inside!
How to Eat Buddha's Hand:
- slice off the skin and eat the pith inside
- use the skin as a zest
- finely mince and add to stirfry
- make candy by boiling with sugar, water, and ginger
- soak in vinegar of choice and use for salad dressings
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
On the Horizon/Pre Order: