Regular lime zest or lemons R0egular lime zest or the zest of a lemon.
Zest Of was created in 1992.
Zest is a piece of the outer peel of a lemon. It almost means enjoyment, as in 'a zest for life.'
No, zest is a noun. Zesty is an adjective.
It means lemon zest and orange zest. And zeal is someone when they are dertimerred to do something.
I envied their zest for life
I use lemon zest when I cook
Zest - brand - was created in 1958.
Zest magazine was created in 1994.
lime zest would be a good one.
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Zest is what you call the aromatic part of a fruit's peeling. You get zest by grating the peel into very fine pieces that can be dusted into your recipe.
Zest is the outer skin of a citrus fruit, or enthusiasm, keen enjoyment.
Lemon Zest is the outermost(yellowest) part of the lemon skin :)
full of zest in costa rica
Yes, but they will then taste of orange.
lime zest (: works like a charm! good luck!
There was a pest in the zest! -poop
i was zest at the fact i won my trail so we all went to celebrate
One teaspoon of fresh lemon zest has no carbs.
The chef added some zest to the food with the spices.
Example sentence - I enjoy the flavors more when you add lemon zest.