Surprisingly diverse in flavor between varieties, oranges are an iconic fruit beloved by many. While most people prize it for the juicy, naturally sweet flesh inside, the whole fruit is edible, as the skin can be candied for use in baking or repurposed as a cocktail garnish. Whether you’re making fresh squeezed juice, eating one out of hand, or adding segments to a salad, oranges add a distinctive, rewarding taste to many meals.
Peak Season: January - November
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