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Default Honeybell tangerine. ww

Honeybell tangerine.
This exceptionally sweet, juicy and seedless fruit once grew under
the name ``Minneola,'' but was changed to encourage consumers to try
it. The season is
only six to eight weeks long, so buy honeybells when you see them.
They have a thin
skin and usually bulge slightly at the stem end. Use sections in
salads or dip them in real
honey for dessert. They're great eaten in the afternoon for a pick-me-
up. (Don't confuse
honeybells with another tangerine variety simply called a honey, or a

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