Create Your Own Spices Using Grapefruit Peel

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Some people are averse to eating grapefruit peel regardless of the health benefits they may derive. There is little argument with the fact both grapefruit and grapefruit peel are bitter tasting; this causes many people to avoid eating the fruit in any form. The refusal of some people to eat... more

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Citrus in the Winter – Navel Oranges

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The bright taste of citrus fruits gives people the impression of spring and summer. Think of a tall glass of tea or water and you see slices of lemons, limes, and even oranges as a part of the drink. Though spring and summer are great seasons for citrus, arguably the... more

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Things to Consider Before You Ship Grapefruit Baskets for the Holidays

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Although grapefruit it generally healthy to eat, this type of fruit is not for everyone so if you are planning to ship grapefruit to friends and family members for the holidays, make sure that you send them to the right people. Note that this fruit may cause allergies in some... more

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Health Benefits of the Texas Grapefruit

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Image by zaveqna via Flickr The first grapefruit crops were planted in Jamaica sometime during the 17th century. By the time they came to America there were two popular varieties of grapefruit–the white and the pink. The white grapefruit is generally accepted as the original grapefruit, while the pink grapefruit... more

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Red Grapefruit Adds a New Dimension to Fruit Baskets

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Image via Wikipedia Fruit baskets can be drab and mundane–the same fruits in every single basket. It can be even worse when you are creating a fruit basket for your dining room table: there is a tendency to choose all the same kinds of fruits all the time. The problem... more

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Eat Honeybell Oranges for Your Health

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We've been told time and time again, but we don't seem to want to listen. Nutritionists, dietitians, and medical professionals have been exhorting us to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables for decades now. The U.S. government even set 'modest' goals for the amount of produce people should eat back... more

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The Grapefruit Fiber Cleanse

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Cleanses have grown in popularity amongst many people who are health conscious. Even for people who are not healthy, if they wish to be, many will begin their new healthy regiment with a cleanse of some sort. Cleanses are though to release toxins and the buildup of bad things like... more

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Eat Grapefruit from Online Sellers

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Image via Wikipedia The United States in the world leader in Grapefruit production with an annual yield of over one and a half million tons. When fruit lovers see these statistics they generally scratch their heads. After all, the grapefruit can be a hard fruit to find fresh. Not to... more

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How to Make All Purpose Household Cleaner with Grapefruit

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Making your own grapefruit household cleaner is safer for you and your pets and better for the environment than buying chemical based cleaners. Many people who switch to homemade cleaners notice that they have fewer respiratory issues, fewer allergy flare ups, and a much easier time keeping their home clean... more

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FAQs About Texas Grapefruit

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Texas grapefruit is highly prized as some of the most delicious grapefruit you can buy, but how much do you really know about it? Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about Texas grapefruit and Texas citrus fruit:Isn't the weather in Texas too dry for citrus? Not... more

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