All posts in Fruit Information

How to Make Preserves With Your Citrus

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Can you ever have “too much” citrus? Maybe someone thoughtfully subscribed you to a citrus club and this month you have more than you can eat. Or maybe it’s Texas citrus season and you’re tempted to pile up on those fragrant, delicious-looking and colorful fruits. Perhaps you decided to try... more

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When Are Cara Cara Oranges in Season?

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The old maxim, “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” can easily applied to the cara cara navel orange! On the From the outside, this citrus surprise looks much like any common navel, but when you open them up the difference is clear even before you taste it. What is... more

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Is Texas Rio Ruby™ Red Grapefruit the Sweetest Variety of Grapefruit?

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Grapefruit often gets a bad rap as a so-called “diet” food, unbearably bitter and a chore to eat. But you shouldn’t dismiss this citrus super food out of hand…apart from being supremely healthy, grapefruit adds a crisp, refreshing taste to many recipes. And if its reputed tartness has scared you... more

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What’s the Difference Between a Sugar Belle and Navel Orange?

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Ever hear of sugar belle oranges? If not, you’re in for a treat. And if you’re already a lover of the classic navel orange, you’re in for a bigger treat once you actually taste this sweet and juicy little citrus gem! What is a navel orange? What’s a navel? Only... more

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4 Reasons Clementines Are Great for Kids

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Mandarin, clementine, tangerine, oh my! If you’re looking for a healthy, kid-friendly treat your child will love seeing in his or her lunchbox, look no further than the clementine (or clementina, which means “clementine” in Spanish). There are quite a few types of orange citrus fruits to choose from, and... more

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Do cara cara oranges interact with medications?

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Are Cara Cara Oranges Good For You? This Berry-Like Citrus is a Healthy, Tasty Treat! Ordinary oranges? Look again – cara cara navels may look like your garden-variety navel oranges, but inside they’re hiding a surprise! Just What is a Cara Cara Orange, Anyway? Nowadays you’re most likely to spot a... more

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What’s the Difference Between a Pomelo and a Grapefruit?

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How these related citrus fruits are alike – and how they’re not. Ever hear of a pomelo? If you love the taste of grapefruit, you owe a debt of gratitude to this lesser-known Southeast Asian citrus fruit, because it’s grapefruit’s director ancestor…grapefruit are actually a hybrid resulting from crossing pomelos... more

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Popular Varieties of the Perfect Pair

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With so many different types of pears to use for baking, cooking and just plain snacking, pears are a naturally sweet, tasty and healthful treat. It’s no wonder that, on average, pears are growing in popularity as a wholesome, versatile pantry staple. It wasn’t that long ago that we’d have... more

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Are Bartlett Pears Supposed to be Hard?

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There more than a thousand varieties of pears available. Among the most common are the Anjou, Bosc, Comice, Barlett, Concord, Seckel, and Ferrel. Not all pears ripen at the same and some get soft as they ripen like the Comice and Bartlett, while other varieties like Concord and Bosc remain... more

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Are Pears or Apples Healthier?

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Pears and apples are good for our health. They have high fiber content, low calories, are rich in antioxidants, are good sources of vitamin C and are free from saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol. If you want to feel full for a longer period without eating too much food, apples... more

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