Citrus waves are rolling in like an endless summer, brah. The primo Valencia is old-school orange. A tangy treat to take down the hall to the dawn patrol. The Valencia “re-greens” as it ripens on the tree, green near the stem is normal.
Preparation TipsSlice into sections for orange smiles all around - and let the sunshine in! Valencia oranges also make great orange juice.
Storage TipsOranges can be stored at room temperature for a couple of weeks or refrigerated for up to several weeks. Keep out of direct sunlight.
By Heidi Lewis Have you had a chance to step into liquid this summer? Not just watching surf movies or surfing the net with a keyboard, but some long boarding? Surfing has certainly expanded since the pioneers “shredded” back in the 1960s, and surf culture is perhaps California’s largest export. It’s touched many of us with FOSE (flat-out surfer [...]
Preparation TipsPeel, then separate and eat segments, or slice into quarters or eighths and eat fruit off the peel.
Storage TipsStore oranges in the fridge for up to 2–3 weeks, or in a cool, dark place for 1–2 weeks.
by Gretchen Bay Valencia and navel oranges are similar in flavor and appearance, but what distinguishes one from the other? Oranges are one of the most commonly grown fruits in the world, and both Valencias and navels are categorized as “sweet oranges” of the genus Citrus x sinensis. From the outside, the main distinguishing characteristic [...]