Yuzu is typically used as a flavorful ingredient rather than a raw fruit for snacking, so there are many ways to prepare it in snacks, dishes and drinks. This versatile ingredient takes easily to many preparation types. They’re edible raw, and from there, yuzu can be dried, frozen, cooked, candied and preserved in countless ways. The fruit and seeds are commonly used in fermentations and infusions to impart their complex flavor. Yuzu seeds are not edible, but they’re often used in applications like ponzu sauce, vinegars or other infusions to impart citrusy flavor into liquids, proteins and creams. They are, however, strained away before serving.