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Where are Tangerines Most Popular?

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Image by Swamibu via Flickr The tangerine is a popular fruit in a number of locations around the world. From North America to Africa to east Asia, people eat tangerines and include them in a number of culinary applications including traditional entrees and classic dessert items. The most popular spots... more

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Tangerines: A Healthy, Tasty Treat

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Image via Wikipedia Children are often ordered to eat their fruits and vegetables. And when they ask why, they are often told, “Because they're good for you!” But why are they good for you? In this article we are good to take a look at one of the healthy fruits... more

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Why are Honey Tangerines So Popular?

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Of all the tangerine varieties on the market, honey tangerines are consistently some of the best-selling of all. Why is this? Certainly it isn’t just dumb luck on the part of those who grow them. The truth is that honey tangerines are unique, and whether it’s their use in culinary... more

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Differences Between Tangerines and Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia It may be apparent at first glance that oranges and tangerines are very similar specimens. After all, both are orange or red in color, have a peel, offer similar flavors, and serve up nearly identical nutritional values. Nevertheless, there are several ways in which they are different,... more

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Why Are Tangerines So Tangy?

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It's no wonder that so many people enjoy tangerines. They're great to pair with a granola bar for a grab-and-go breakfast, they make the perfect refreshing 3pm snack, and they taste great in salads, desserts and jellies. Tangerines are smaller than other oranges with an easy-to-peel skin, so they're a... more

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Oil From Tangerines as Natural Medicine

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Image by Swamibu via Flickr While many people enjoy eating tangerines, most probably don't realize that the oil from tangerines has a number of uses and applications on its own. Extracted directly from the peel, a cold-pressing process is used to remove the oil from the tangerines. Although the tangerine's... more

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How to Eat Tangerines

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Tangerines are one of the healthiest fruits in the world. From the time they were first cultivated in ancient China, admirers suspected this tasty little fruit provided various health benefits. In this article we are going to review a few of the best ways to take advantage of these benefits.... more

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Health Benefits of Tangerine Rinds

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Image via Wikipedia Eating fruit rinds is more appetizing than it sounds. There are a many citrus fruits whose peels provide a myriad of health benefits. Oranges, grapefruits, tangerines and lemons are just a few of the citrus fruits whose peels can be used in cooking and in making beverages.... more

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Cooking with Clementines

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Image via Wikipedia Clementines, the ultra juicy citrus fruit that is only available for a short time each year, are fabulous for cooking. Eaten as alone as a snack they are tasty and healthy, but adding Clementine juice, candied Clementine peel, or Clementine sections to ordinary ingredients can create gourmet... more

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Natural Health Benefits of Tangerines

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The history of the tangerine can be traced back three thousand years to ancient China. This sweet and tangy fruit is a cross between the famous mandarin and the bitter orange. Though exact dates are difficult to nail down, we do know that they were named after Tangier, Morocco, which... more

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