grapefruit peel

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Noun1.grapefruit peel - strips of grapefruit peel cooked in sugar syrup and coated with sugar
candied citrus peel - strips of citrus peel cooked in a sugar syrup
grapefruit - large yellow fruit with somewhat acid juicy pulp; usual serving consists of a half
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g-1 for banana and grapefruit peel at the pH values of 7, respectively.
Garnish with cracked pepper and a grapefruit peel, expressed, rolled and speared on a pick.
During the brewing process the grapefruit peel is added in the kettle to give the beer a tart, sharp character.
Treated grapefruit peel residues could play an important role in the development of nutraceutical products or as therapeutic agents for use in various pharmacological in vitro or in vitro approaches.
The mist also contains the essence of African Geranium and grapefruit peel extract to renew your senses.
The hilariously-named Salty Dick from Amsterdam's Oedipus Brewery was a delicious sour wheat beer, brewed with salt, lime and grapefruit peel.
57 cm-1 in free grapefruit peel can be assigned to OH and C-H stretching C=O stretching and O-H bending respectively [28].
Dry hopped with Citra and Cascade and loaded with 96 pounds of grapefruit peel, Harpoon Citra Victorious is easygoing with a momentous citrus kick
Meaning "Grand luxury" in Italian, Gran Lusso, left, can be used as a mixer in cocktails, or simply poured over ice with a slice of grapefruit peel.
Slice off the grapefruit peel and the white pith, then very carefully cut the grapefruit segments away from the membranes.
Shinso skin care - which costs between 155 pounds and 255 pounds a bottle - is made from 69 different Japanese herbs and botanicals, including grapefruit peel, honey and olive tree extract, plus water from the depths of the Sea of Japan.