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  • Salnostrum

    Australian finger lime / de pulpa globular, con aroma frutal refrescante y textura de caviar, al explotar en la boca da notas orientales, de pimienta y ligeramente ácido. Usado en la alta cocina en platos de moluscos y de pescado crudo. La piel desecada se usa como especia aromática.

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