Citron

The citron is unlike the more common citrus species, such as the lemon or orange. While those more popular fruits are peeled to consume their pulpy and juicy segments, the citron's pulp is dry, containing a small quantity of insipid juice, if any. The main content of a citron fruit is the thick white rind, which sticks to the segments, and cannot be separated from them easily. Oblong in shape, the rind of the citron is leathery and furrowed. The inner portion is thick, white and fleshy while the outer part is uniformly thin and very fragrant. The pulp is usually acidic, but also can be sweet,..

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