Limes aren’t just for the rim of your glass and squeezing into your Tecate. You can also squeeze them over fish tacos. You can do more with limes by preserving them. All you need is a sealable glass jar, quartered limes, salt and some time. Store in your pantry and after a month goes by the lime juice dissolves and the salt acts like a brine making the limes’ flavor shift to its more natural flavor – soft, floral, and fruity. You can chop up the lime rinds and use in Greek yogurt, vinaigrettes, braises and marinades. They also make a nice garnish on meats, mixed with herbs and oil, or on grilled seafood.