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  1. photo Key <b>Lime</b>Key LimeArticle
    Key Lime When in season, try replacing the traditional Persian Lime with fresh Key Lime in your recipes, and see if you ever go back. You just might prefer it for the flavoring of fish and meatsRead more
  2. photo <b>Limes</b>LimesArticle
    . Limes have a thin green skin and a juicy, pale green pulp. The two most-widely available varieties are the Tahitian and the Key lime. Among Tahitian limes are the egg-shaped Persian and the smallerRead more
  3. photo 7 Fresh Ways To Eat Your Veggies7 Fresh Ways To Eat Your VeggiesArticle
    Balinese Garden Stew With Crispy Shallots and Cashews Persian Celery-Mint-Parsley-Saffron-Lime Sweet Potato Gnocchi-Wild Mushroom Moroccan Vegetable ALCOHOL We’ve all marveled at the wacky home-spunRead more

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Persian lime


Persian lime (Citrus × latifolia) or Shiraz Limoo also known as Tahiti lime or Bearss lime (named after John T. Bearss, who developed this seedless variety about 1895 in his nursery at Porterville, California), is a citrus fruit. It has a nearly thornless tree. The Persian lime is of hybrid origin, most likely from a cross between key lime (Citrus aurantiifolia) and either lemon (Citrus ×...More