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What kinds of oranges grow in Texas?

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Sweet, juicy, and brightly-colored sun-kissed oranges are sure to lighten anyone’s mood and chase the blues away. This, aside from being packed with vitamins and minerals that can boost overall health, is what makes the Oranges from Texas one of the most sought after citrus fruit in all of America.... more

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What are the types of pears?

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It is good to drink lots of water and eat juicy fruits in summer to keep you cool and hydrated. Summer fruits not only refresh you, but they also provide vitamins and minerals needed to stay healthy and strong. One summer fruit that is great for snacking, cooking, and baking... more

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Can apples help you lose weight?

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They come in different colors and sizes, levels of sweetness and crunchiness but no matter which variety you eat, be it Fuji apples, Granny Smith or Cripps Pink, rest assured that you will be eating one of healthiest and most nutritious power fruits in the world. Some of the health... more

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How Many Calories in a Mango?

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Mango is one of the world’s most widely consumed fruits, not only because of its sweet, creamy and flavorful golden flesh but also because it is nutritious and good for our health. But what is a mango and where did it came from? Short History Mangoes, which are botanically known... more

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How long are peaches good for?

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Fresh peaches for sale are best bought between May and August. Sweet peaches are at their best during these months when they are in season. Their juicy sweetness makes them a favorite in any kitchen. Origin The origin of the peach can be traced back to China. They were forst... more

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5 Fruits That Grow Well In Georgia

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Georgia is well known for many things. However, the Georgia peach is so imbedded in Georgia’s history that it was designated as the state’s official fruit in 1995. The Georgia peach has even been included on Georgia license plates since 1996. This is no surprise since peaches from Georgia are... more

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What are the sweetest onions?

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You can find onions in every kitchen, from humble abodes to grand mansions. Onions are part of countless meals each day. Gourmet onions form the base of numerous dishes be it recipes that use raw, baked, sautéed, boiled or steamed onions. It would be hard to imagine hundreds of dishes... more

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What’s the difference between Bing Cherries and Rainier Cherries?

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June is fast approaching, and that means local markets and online stores will soon be offering fresh cherries for sale. Unlike some fruits which are available all year round, cherries are only available for a short amount of time. For this reason, it’s important to know your options and which... more

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How many calories are in a Ruby Red Grapefruit?

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We are all familiar with the word calorie and that it somehow affects weight gain. But what is it really? Calorie is a unit to measure energy. It is a way of saying how much energy you are getting from eating food or drinking beverages. Is it bad for you?... more

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Are tangelos good for you?

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A cross between a grapefruit and a tangerine, tangelos have a very distinctive shape and equally unique taste. Sizes vary, with some tangelos having a standard orange size, while some varieties can be as big as a grapefruit. It is widely believed the first hybrid originated from Southeast Asia. Something... more

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