Hi! This blog is testament to the fact that the voices in my head are truly out of my control! Rather than going crazy about it, i've decided to channel them constructively!
Very impressive...I need to ask u one thing... How can the rind of a fruit (i.e. it's skin) be used after eating away the fruit?? E.g.: The skin of orange, pomegranate or banana..Is there any use of its skin??
@Ashish : Hi!Seeing your comment just now..Thanks 4 the compliment!About fruit skin.. I believe there are some direct food uses. I remember us making an orange flavored cake at home years ago, using and orange's rind/skin.If I were to use one.. let's see, Properties : tough, rough yet soft on one side, the best comparison is with leather, which is of course animal skin.So maybe this could be processed in a way to mimic or replace leather?Look around.. I'm sure some cottage industries must be utilising it for something. Personally I use the "santra"s skin as the plate that I eat the santra from :)
Can u give me the recipe of Orange Cake??? :)The analogy is quite interesting.. I'll check it out n let u knw...
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