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Australian finger lime Lemons, limes, oranges and other common citrus are thought to have originated in Southeast Asia.
The fifth generation family farm may be familiar from big displays at local Whole Foods stores or from their citrus sold at the Crescent City and Gretna farmers markets.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services estimated that the state’s total agriculture losses — including citrus — related to the storm could eventually reach $2.5 billion.
Keep the tree in shade for the first week, but remember citrus need full sun to bloom and fruit.
My favorite product from Vida is her own Vitamin C Antioxidant cleansing pads, which are specially formulated with antioxidants ￼￼and citrus extracts to gently cleanse the skin nightly.
Overly harsh with citrus, the fish was like an Italianate ceviche, and its acerbity drowned the satiny, subtle panna cotta.
While there are several categories of scents out there, most fall in the floral, citrus, fresh, woody, or warm categories.
My inclination is to believe that the margarita got its name from a much older classic cocktail called the daisy, originally a mixture of citrus, spirit and orange cordial.
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CITRUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of citrus for English Language Learners
: a juicy fruit (such as an orange, grapefruit, or lemon) that has a thick skin and that comes from a tree or shrub that grows in warm areas
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