Citrons (whose variety is Hand of Buddha) are large and true citruses, which produces less acidic fruit covered in thick peels and fragrant flowers that are appreciated by perfumers.

How to Grow Buddha's Hand Citron

Buddha's hand citron - find these beauties, fresh from the ranch, tomorrow at noon in our Ferry Building shop!

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail 1 oz Hangar One Buddha’s hand vodka 1 1/2 oz Manzanilla sherry 1/2 oz lemon juice 1/2 oz Buddha’s hand cordial 1/2 oz sparkling water 5 larg...

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail

Ingredients: 1 oz Hangar One Buddha’s hand vodka 1 oz Manzanilla sherry oz lemon juice oz Buddha’s hand cordial oz sparkling water 5 large Thai basil leaves 5 strips of candied lemon peel Thai basil flower for garnish

Buddha's Hand, Fingered Citron | HonestlyYUM

Buddha's Hand

Buddha’s Hand (via What is a Buddha’s Hand?) “One of the oldest types of citrus…think of it as the ULTIMATE lemon zest.

Citrus Pages | Hand of Buddha (citrus medica 'fingered') is a fragrant, strongly aromatic citrus that has long been used as an offering in temples. The fruit often has no pulp, just pith and peel that are pleasantly fragrant and less bitter than in other citrus. This can be used as a spice, candied, sliced paper-thin and poached in syrup, or used to flavour alcohol and other beverages. Zone 10-11

Citrus medica, Hand of Buddha - Saw this plant in the conservatory in the Golden Gate Park. A really unusual plant. sarcodactylis, or the fingered citron.

Buddha hand in Vitarka mudraA hand gesture that invokes the transmission of a particular teaching with no words. The circle formed by the thumb and index finger creates a constant flow of energy/information.

Buddha hand in Vitarka mudra hand gesture that invokes the transmission of a particular teaching with no words. The circle formed by the thumb and index finger creates a constant flow of energy/information.

Buddha;s Hand - This is a citron, thus unlike it’s orange and lemon cousins, it has no pulp. The fact that it is basically all rind makes it great for zesting and making marmalades. Oh, and scaring the crap out of small children.

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Buddha Hand - freaky looking but best zest apparently. Was intimidated to buy some last time at Whole Foods. Now that I know how to eat it, gotta try one!

Buddha’s Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Buddha's Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail

Buddha’s Hand and Thai Basil Cocktail // HonestlyYUM Yeah! We planted a Buddha's Hand tree!

Buddha's Hand fruit [Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis]. The underside is of an "Open-Hand" appearance when ripe. It is lso known as Bushukan ブッシュカン (Japanese), or Fingered-citron, and is a fragrant citron variety whose fruit is segmented into finger-like sections. The origin of Buddha's hand plant is traced back to Northeastern India or China

Buddha Hand

sarcodactylis (also known as bushukan ブッシュカン (Japanese) or fingered citron), is a fragrant citron variety whose fruit is segmented into finger-like sections.

Buddha's Hand, a citrus fruit grown for it's fragrance  Board about exotic fruits http://pinterest.com/savvychic/exotic-fruits-other-super-foods/

Buddha's hand is a fragrant citron variety whose fruit is segmented into finger-like sections.

Buddha Hand Citron Infused Vodka

Buddha Hand Citron Infused Vodka

4 PENDANTS - Small Petite Tibetan Buddha Hand Pendants - Tibetan Silver Buddha Hand Charms - Petite Tibetan Buddha Hand Charm - WM652-4

4 PENDANTS - Small Petite Tibetan Buddha Hand Pendants - Tibetan Silver Buddha Hand Charms - Petite Tibetan Buddha Hand Charm - WM652-4

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Buddha's Hand – This crazy looking fruit is also called Fingered Citron and is juiceless and seedless. It gets its name because of the long, slender segments that resemble fingers. In Chinese and Japanese homes it is mainly used to perfume homes and clothing. In Western countries, it is mainly used for its zest.

Freaky fruit: Natures weird and exotic foods- Buddha's hand originates from north-eastern India or China and is one of the oldest known citrus fruits in cultivation.

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12 Strange, Yet Beautiful Fruits & Vegetables

Buddha’s hand fruit is very fragrant and is used predominantly by the Chinese and Japanese for perfuming rooms and personal items, such as clothing

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