Orange Peel
Title: Orange Peel
Literature References: Rind of the fruit of Citrus aurantium L., Rutaceae. Habit. N. India; cultivated near Mediterranean Sea, Spain, W. Indies, Florida, California. Review: A. Y. Leung, Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1980) pp 248-252.
 
Derivative Type: Bitter orange peel
Literature References: Dried rind of unripe fruit. Constit. Volatile oil, hesperidine, naringin, aurantiamarin, acrid resin, gum, tannin.
 
Derivative Type: Sweet orange peel
Literature References: Fresh rind of ripe fruit of C. aurantium, var sinensis (also known as C. sinensis). Constit. Volatile oil, hesperidine, fixed oil, resin, gum, tannin. Closely resembles bitter orange peel, but has an orange-yellow color; sweetish, fragrant odor; aromatic and only slightly bitter taste.
 
Use: Flavoring agent.

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