What is rind?

  • (noun): The tissue forming the hard outer layer (of e.g. a fruit).
    Synonyms: skin, peel
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on rind:

Rind, Armenia
39.75972°N 45.18000°E / 39.75972 45.18000 Rind Ռինդ Rind Coordinates 39°45′35″N 45°10′48″E / 39.75972°N 45.18000°E / 39.75972 45.18000 Country Armenia Marz (Provin ...
List Of Citrus Diseases - Miscellaneous Diseases and Disorders
... Oleocellosis Physiological Postharvest pitting Physiological Puffing Physiological Rind breakdown Physiological Rind staining Physiological Rind stipple of grapefruit Environmental Rumple of lemon fruit ... citricola Capnodium sp Stem-end rind breakdown Physiological Stylar-end breakdown of Tahiti lime Physiological Stylar-end rind breakdown Physiological Stylar-end rot Physiological Sunburn Excessive heat and ...
Mir Chakar Rind
... Mir Chakar Khan Rind, Mir Shakar Khan Rind, Meer Chaakar Khan Rind or Chakar-i-Azam (1468 – 1565) (Balochi میر چاکَر حان رِند) was a Baloch chieftain in the 15th century ...
Sweet Oranges - Juice and Other Products
... The thick bitter rind is usually discarded, but can be processed into animal feed by desiccation, using pressure and heat ... The outermost layer of the rind can be thinly grated with a zester to produce orange zest ... The white part of the rind, including the pith, is a source of pectin and has nearly the same amount of vitamin C as the flesh ...
... A hesperidium (plural hesperidia) is a modified berry with a tough, leathery rind ... Unlike most other berries, the rind of hesperidia is generally not eaten with the fruit because it is tough and bitter ... The outermost, pigmented layer of rind contains essential oils and is known as the flavedo ...

More definitions of "rind":

  • (noun): The natural outer covering of food (usually removed before eating).

Famous quotes containing the word rind:

    There is reason in the distinction of civil and uncivil. The manners are sometimes so rough a rind that we doubt whether they cover any core or sap-wood at all.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)