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what is the difference between lemon zest and lemon peel?

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4 Responses to “what is the difference between lemon zest and lemon peel?”

  1. kieranvealeelec said:

    Zest is the grated outer yellow part of the peel while the peel consists of a thicker section of skin which is usually finely chopped into slivers.

  2. southernserendipiti said:

    It’s the same!

  3. ttfrosch said:

    the peel is the whole outside of the lemon, while zest is only the top layer of the peel, usually scraped off with a zester or (cheese) shredder. If you cook something that calls for lemon zest, you definitely would not want the peel, it is thicker and bitter. The zest has a juicier content to it.

  4. Jedimaster said:

    a little more pressure…


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