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  1. Valencia Oranges

    Valencia Oranges

    $S3.90

    The Valencia orange is a large orange variety with a smooth and pebbled surface and a semi thick fragrant peel that clings loosely to its segmented and barely seeded flesh. Its flesh, when ripe, is supremely sweet, juicy and tender. Though Valencia oranges' primary usage is for juicing, they are also used for fresh eating as well. Valencia oranges are most commonly used for their juice but may also be cooked or eaten fresh. Use the juice and zest for marinades, syrups, vinaigrette, cocktails or to flavor sauces and custards. Pair segments with beets, olives, fennel, greens, fresh herbs and cheeses, berries, chiles, seafood and poultry. Use in combination with other citrus, olive oils, salts, and honey. Valencia oranges will keep, refrigerated, for up to two weeks.

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  2. Navel Oranges

    Navel Oranges

    $S6.90

    The navel orange is a type of sweet orange that is large, seedless and has a rich, juicy flavor that is delicious for eating out of hand. Navel oranges have thick, rough, bright orange skins that are easy to peel. The segments of the navel orange are easy to separate. The Navel orange is a ubiquitous orange variety. It has the quintessential orange, smooth but pebbled and easy-to-peel skin with a trademark "belly button" at its stem end. Its translucent yellow orange flesh is perfectly segmented, seedless and rich with sweet juices.

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  3. Tangerine Oranges

    Tangerine Oranges

    $S5.90

    Tangerine Orange is flat, small compared to "Navel" or "Valencia" oranges. Its loose, deep-orange color skin can be peeled rather easily. Inside, it features extensive fibrous pith, which is loosely attached between underside of skin and edible arils. An average-sized fruit has 8-10 juicy segments (arils). Tangerine Orange is a great source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and folate and also contains vitamins B1, B2 and B3, as well as potassium and magnesium. Tangerines are most popularly consumed by peeling and eating out of hand, but it can also be juiced or used in salads, main dishes or desserts. Tangerines can be stored in the refrigerator for up to seven days.

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  4. Lemon

    Lemon

    $S3.90

    Country of origin varies according to seasonality. From treating throat infections to aiding digestion, Lemons are a great natural remedy. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice is used to flavour a variety of food and beverages and the rind (zest) can also be used in cooking and baking. Lemons can be stored at room temperature for up to a week and in a fridge for up to a month.

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