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Winter Citrus

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Thursday December 13, 2012

Ponchatoula, LA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Kumquats that I'll have to pick before the temps stay under 32 for most of the night. 75 degrees today with 72 RH

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5. llpj04
7:25 PM GMT on December 17, 2012
Oh yes they are a bit sour but I do have one occasionally. I eat it whole without peeling because the rind is actually sweeter than the inside.....A real burst of vitamin C!!
I don't bother to eat them raw much because I have 3 satsuma trees ( one is REALLY sweet) and a very sweet navel orange tree. I also have a grapefruit tree and a meyer lemon tree. Those lemon blossoms smell the BEST!!!
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4. Aitch1
6:51 PM GMT on December 17, 2012
Like ColoradoKat, I've never tasted them either. Are they bitter like Seville oranges? Can one eat them raw? They look really beautiful on that tree. Cherry.
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3. nanapoo
7:40 PM GMT on December 16, 2012
look yummy!!!
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2. llpj04
3:06 AM GMT on December 16, 2012
Process, & cook with sugar to make a marmalade for canning. Great on toast or as a glaze for a ham!
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1. ColoradoKat
9:27 PM GMT on December 15, 2012
They are beautiful! I have never eaten one.
What do you do with them?
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