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Citrus

Citrus

  • $24.99

    The aromatic, pebbled skin protects the flesh's caviar-shaped vesicles that pop in the mouth with a crisp, tart punch of herbal lemon flavor. Too tart to eat on its own, try this acidic citrus on a slice of persimmon to balance its sweetness, or pair just a small amount with fish, careful not to overpower delicate seafood.

    1/2 pt.
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  • $20.99

    This deep yellow, gnarly-shaped citron has an oily rind with powerful fragrance. It contains no pulp, juice, or seeds and is only used to zest, often infused into spirits, sugar, or salt.

    1 ea
  • $13.99

    Only similar to lime in appearance, this fruit has a thin, sweet peel and juicy flesh that is not tart, but rather sour. Its flavor is an unexpected treat in tart fillings, sorbets, or marmalades.

    1 lb.
  • $19.99

    This large, knobby lemon has a very thick and aromatic skin covering its small sections and many seeds. Most commonly used for its oil and rind, the peel must be removed and boiled first to remove bitterness, then the intense oil and aroma used on savory dishes.

    1 ea
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  • $4.99

    This golf-ball sized tangerine has a thin, fragrant skin that is easy to peel from its juicy, candy-sweet flesh. Most commonly eaten fresh due to their lack of seeds and small size, their tiny segments can be added to cocktails, salads, and more as a flavor agent and decoration.

    1 ea
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  • $13.99

    This fruit has a tough peel filled with essential oils, giving it its strong flavor. The juice, in fact, is so bitter, it is rarely used, rather the peel of the kaffir lime is often called for I recipes, its intense, distinct fragrance not easily substituted by other spices.

    1 lb.
  • $12.99

    This golf-call sized tangerine has a thin, fragrant skin that is easy to peel from its juicy, candy-sweet flesh. Most commonly eaten fresh due to their lack of seeds and small size, their tiny segments can be added to cocktails, salads, and more as a flavor agent and decoration.

    1 lb.
    Currently Unavailable
  • $15.99

    These entirely edible fruits are made up of a citrus-sweet peel and boldly tart flesh, making for a deliciously balanced sweet-tart bite. Enjoyable out of hand, also try utilizing them candied atop cake or ice cream, juiced and added to champagne, or paired with onions as an accompaniment to lamb.

    1 lb.
    Currently Unavailable
  • $11.99

    Juicy like a key lime and tart like a kumquat, this hybrid fruit can is entirely edible, but best with the seeds removed. Eat fresh as a snack, or use its flavor for cocktails, curds, or preserves.

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  • $14.99

    The Japanese Yuzu lemon has a particularly aromatic rind and minimal juice, although it is one of few citrus fruits in the world to be able to maintain its tartness at high cooking temperatures. Typically found in Japanese Ponzu sauce, it can also be used in drinks, with raw fish, and more.

    1 lb.