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Navel orange.
These extra-large oranges are perfect for packing in brown-bag
lunches or
picnic baskets. The sturdy, pebbled rind makes the fruit easy to peel
and section. The
sweet flavor is an excellent addition to salads and salad dressings.
Add peeled sections to
yogurt or whole-grain breakfast cereal or chop sections and mix with
jalapeno peppers
and cilantro to make a sweet-hot salsa for fish or grilled chicken

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On Sun, 26 Jul 2009 00:56:05 -0700 (PDT), MAX
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Navel orange.


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


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