These small, brightly-colored citrus fruits are technically not an orange, but a type of mandarin.
They have loose, easy-to-peel skin and a sweet flavor that makes them a great choice for snacking, juicing, and baking. They also are great additions to winter salads and cocktails, but they do have seeds.
They are cousins to the clementine, which is a seedless version of a tangerine.
They have a long season from November through May.
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