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Default Hamlin 4orange.

Hamlin orange.
These medium-size oranges have a smooth, thin peel and few seeds.
They range in color from deep yellow to true orange. They are tart and
best for juicing
but also can be peeled for sectioning. Use in fruit salads or add
fruit and juice to baked or
grilled chicken.

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Default Hamlin 4orange.

On Sun, 26 Jul 2009 00:55:13 -0700 (PDT), MAX
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Hamlin orange.


This is a baking forum...how do you use them in baking?


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