Lime Food Crayon


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Using the Lime Food Crayon can be a creative and fun way to add a zesty lime flavor to your dishes and drinks while also adding a visual element to your culinary creations. Enjoy experimenting with different amounts and placements of shavings to find the perfect balance for your taste!

Water, apple cider vinegar, natural lime flavour, salt, Agar-agar, natural lemon flavour, gluten free tamari, locust bean gum, chlorophyll, lime essential oil, lemon essential oil.
Contains: Soy

The Lime Food Crayon is applied by sharpening shavings directly onto plates, desserts, or drinks when serving them. As the shavings come into contact with the food, they release the lime flavor, adding a fresh taste to the dishes.

Serving size
The suggested amount is 5 to 10 shavings per plate, depending on personal preference and the size of the dish. For smaller servings or drinks, 1 or 2 shavings should be enough.

Shelf Life and storage
The Lime Food Crayon has a shelf life of up to 12 months. To maintain its freshness and quality, it’s essential to store the crayon in its tube and keep it in the refrigerator once it’s been opened.

Citrus Fruits: Lime pairs well with other citrus fruits like lemon, orange, and grapefruit. Mixing different citrus flavors can create a vibrant and tangy taste.

Mint: Lime and mint are a classic combination, often found in drinks like mojitos. The cool, refreshing flavor of mint complements the zesty lime.

Coconut: The tropical sweetness of coconut complements the tartness of lime. This pairing works well in both sweet and savory dishes, such as coconut-lime desserts or coconut-lime chicken.

Chili: Lime’s acidity can balance the heat of chili peppers, creating a flavorful and slightly spicy combination. This is often used in Mexican and Thai cuisines.

Cilantro: Cilantro’s bright and citrusy undertones can enhance lime’s flavor, making it a popular pairing in many dishes, especially in salsas and guacamole.

Ginger: The spicy warmth of ginger can add depth to the zesty lime flavor. This combination works well in beverages, dressings, and marinades.

Honey: The natural sweetness of honey can complement lime’s tartness, creating a balanced and flavorful contrast. Honey-lime glazes or dressings are popular choices.

Avocado: Creamy avocado and zesty lime make a delicious combination in dishes like guacamole or avocado-lime sauces.

Cucumber: The light, refreshing flavor of cucumber pairs well with lime in salads, cocktails, and infused water.

Seafood: Lime can brighten up the flavors of seafood, such as ceviche or grilled fish, by adding a zesty and tangy element.

Berries: Lime can enhance the sweetness of berries like strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries, creating a unique and vibrant flavor profile.

Chocolate: Lime can provide a surprising and delightful contrast to rich chocolate desserts, adding a citrusy twist to the sweetness.<span=””><b=””><span=”” lang=”EN-CA”></span=””></b=””></span=””>