Buy the best spices in the world here at Florida Herb House. Eco-Spices are now here at our herb store! Sustainably grown and unmatched in flavor and quality. Less is more with Eco-Spices! All Eco-Spices are ethically grown and most are grown with an organic certificate. Everything about these spices is environmentally friendly:
- Grown Without Fertilizers!
- Grown Without Pesticides!
- Grown Without Chemicals!
- Sustainably Grown!
- Packed In A Recyclable Glass Jar!
- Fitted With A Bio-Degradable Label!
- Flavor & Taste Second To None!
- Refill The Glass Jar When You Run Out!
- Refills Available At Florida Herb House!
All Eco-Spices are sold in a delightful glass wire bail gift jar manufactured with recyclable materials and fitted with a environmentally friendly bio-degradable label. Try the best spices and seasonings on the planet today!
A rind, according to said dictionary, is "a thick, hard, or tough natural outer covering, as of a watermelon, grapefruit, or orange," while a peel is "the rind or skin of fruit." As they are the same thing, yes, you can use them interchangeably. If, however, you are asking about the zest, or only the oily, thin, colorful outer layer of the peel (or rind), and not including the bitter, thick, white pith, then, no, they are not the same thing, and you cannot use them interchangeably. The zest gives a burst of flavor; the pith gives a burst of bitterness. Finally, if you are referring to candied lemon peel, which is the result of soaking the peel in a sugar syrup, drying, soaking, drying, soaking, etc., until it is preserved, then no, you would not be able to substitute fresh lemon peel, or zest, for candied lemon peel.