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Old 09-02-2019, 12:04 PM
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I was wondering as I was peeling a mandarin orange, has anyone dehydrated the peels and ground them for seasonings
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Old 09-02-2019, 12:22 PM
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I was wondering as I was peeling a mandarin orange, has anyone dehydrated the peels and ground them for seasonings
Google "orange zest".

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I was wondering as I was peeling a mandarin orange, has anyone dehydrated the peels and ground them for seasonings
Not me, but I have been known to eat orange peels. The seeds too.
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candied orange peels
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While candied citrus peel uses the pith, and a lot of sugar, for seasoning you only use the peel, not the bitter white pith.
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I dehydrate orange, lemon & lime peels rock hard. Once done, crush & use a food processor to grind to small pepper flake sized powder.

I use the citrus powder to make citrus flavor seasoning salt (very low salt content).
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I was wondering as I was peeling a mandarin orange, has anyone dehydrated the peels and ground them for seasonings
Yes, I have a 1/2 gallon mason jar loaded with orange zest all dried and powdered.

Nobody wants it.

I have been a vendor in Farmer's Markets since 2007. We produce a wide selection of herbs. The orange zest does not move.
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Yes, I have a 1/2 gallon mason jar loaded with orange zest all dried and powdered.

Nobody wants it.

I have been a vendor in Farmer's Markets since 2007. We produce a wide selection of herbs. The orange zest does not move.
Bunkerbuster offered a clue.

Create a season blend that incorporates it. Or offer a tea or potpourri blend that includes it.
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