From the HBD Archive
From: C78KCK%IRISHMVS.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU
Subject: Peels and pieces
Date: 1988-12-20 12:19:00 GMT

cheryl Feinstein writes:
>> >>also make liqueurs and hope to get into vinting someday. n
==I too am a dabbler in liquers and cordials (any handy
==defintions to tell the two apart?) and I would like to
==pose a question about them.
==many of the recipes I have use the skin or peel from a
==fruit. I have always wondered if this was safe in light
==of all the pesticides and things they put on green fruit
==to make it look ripe.
==I maybe laboring under a presumption, but I figure if the
==fruit has been waxed, then the pesticide is in a layer between
==the skin and the colorization on the outside?
==I don't live in a citrus zone, so all our oranges and such are
==shipped in.
==Thoughts anyone?
==R.allen Jervis
==voyager@irishmvs.bitnet

Back New Search

The posts that comprise the Homebrew Digest Searchable Archive remain the property of their authors.
This search system is copyright © 2008 Scott Alfter; all rights reserved.