Scientific Name:Citrus ichangensis x Citrus reticulata var. austera
- Rich in vitamin which contains 150mg vitamin C in 100g of Yuzu.
- Rejuvenates maturing skin.
- It activates cell and fat burning effect.
- It contains vitamin P that promote healthy blood flow.
- It aids in relaxation and recovery of muscular aches.
- Yuzu is used for culinary, cosmetics and scientific research.
- Used for medicinal properties and number of ancient ceremonies.
- The oil from yuzu fruit skin is marketed as an aroma.
- The fruits were guard against colds, warm the body, and relax the mind.
- Fragrance extracted from yuzu was used to make perfumes, lotions, and soaps.
- Yuzu is also used for a special hot bath to prevent cold, flu and healing of chapped skin, provides better circulation on your body and good health.
- Trees were slow growing reaches 25ft high.
- The fruits of yuzu can be eaten when it ripens to yellow.
- It forms a small tree that normally contains numerous large thorns.
- It is mainly grown for its flowers rather than its fruit.
- It will grown at most height in Hawaii and survives extends periods of frostiness in Asia.
- Yuzu Juice was commonly found in Japan. The juice of yuzu may be dry or powdered were some stores carry it in spice section. The juice of yuzu is used to flavor sauces and alcohol
- Yuzu vinegar was used for marinades and salad dressings
- Yuzu paste is highly salted. It contains chile and it can also be added to noodle dishes or soups. It makes a nice little kick
- 300g water
- 25g yuzu juice
- 50g Sugar
- 2 sheets Gelatin
- 2 ea Whippets
To make Yuzu jam, mix it with hot water. There are two ways to make it, one like jam and the other in the fridge. Yuzu jam is great on a cold day
- 6 yuzus
- 500g rock sugar
- 6 slices of cucumber peeled
- 1 oz. of poma pomegranate liqueur
- 3/4 oz. Hendrick's Gin
- 1/2 oz. Partida Agave Nectar
- 1/2 oz. St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur
- 1/2 oz. Yuzu Juice
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