Got a Buddha's Hand
I've only ever used it for the zest. There's really no pulp to speak of. The zest is fantastic though. We candied some last year before Christmas, and it was great.
You are correct, sir.
Kuan I never used it what primarily is it used for ? Where is it from ?
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Well versed in all facets of Continental Cuisine...
Really? Chayote (we call it mirliton) is a gourd, and buddha's hand is citrus. I don't think there is any link between them. You sure about this?
What it looks like to me is a plant that if you don't watch out will eat you!!!
Someone put one of those in our building courtyard and i get the creeps every time i pass by.
It does look alien.
me eat it all the time