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rind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Cooking, Plants, Food
rindrind /raΙͺnd/ noun [countable, uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DFCHBPthe thick outer skin of some types of fruit, such as oranges β†’ peel, zest πŸ”Š grated lemon rind2 DFthe thick outer skin of some foods, such as bacon or cheese
Examples from the Corpus
rindβ€’ Using a dull knife, whisk or potato masher, cut in butter and grated rinds until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.β€’ The deep red flesh, the black seeds, the vivid green rind glistened.β€’ Meanwhile, mix the mayonnaise, lemon rind and lemon juice.β€’ They were swarming all over him like ants' on a melon rind.β€’ Instead of dried strips of rind, these were thick, juicy, fragrant chunks with a gently bitter edge.β€’ Add the orange rind, orange juice, lemon juice, honey, parsley and the remaining olive oil.β€’ It is usually dipped in white wine and develops an orange-red bloom on the rind.β€’ Sprinkle the rind inside and over the fish.
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