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Default When shopping for citrus

When shopping for citrus, bigger isn't better, said C. Jack Hearn, a
citrus specialist with
the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Orlando. Smaller fruit usually
has more intense
flavor than large fruit, he explained. And in general, you should
ignore the color of the
peel. Bright orange fruit doesn't taste better than fruit that hasa
yellow or speckled skin.

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