[Sca-cooks] poll - what is a citrangula?
johnnae at mac.com
Sun May 3 17:30:31 PDT 2009
A quick search in Google books finds lots of mentions.
oleum de citrangula means oil of oranges.
By Michael Süthold
Published by Librairie Droz, 1994 on page 9
citrangula is given as arancia amara
Volker Bach wrote:
> Just trying to get a quick idea of what the experts think.
> Scully says citrangula means lemon.
> Maier says citrangula is a bitter orange.
> Both refer to fourteenth-century texts.
> Thanks Giano
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