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My little, hate it with a passion but go there anyway because it's less than a mile away and the next nearest grocery is 10 miles up the road, grocery store had Blood Oranges today! (this is amazing because they almost never have anything, especially if it's exotic)
We've never had them, so of course I bought some just to see. Now, I've had Blood Orange soda - made in France with Blood Oranges, soda water, and nothing else and it was good. The oranges - they are SO GOOD!
The girls and I shared one - we want to preserve the other 3 we have and stretch out our enjoyment for the next few days.
LOL! Are the blood oranges super sweet? What's the ratio of blood orange juice to the soda water??
I have no clue what the ratio is to soda water - it wasn't sweet at all. The blood oranges are actually a little more bitter than regular ones, but not much. They're just really good and juicy, with a little "bite".
The thing that the kids were really enjoying was the color! The flesh is RED. the Juice is RED. Pretty much the color of blood!
Use those green bags-the ones that preserve things for a longer period of time and you can have them longer. Actually, I am bringing some of those bags to Florida with me so I don't have to worry about our fruit going bad too fast while we are out and about.
We have had them too but I can't remember what they tasted like since it was sooo long ago. I love the colour though
I love blood oranges. When I brought some to my Dad he almost cried. He was in Italy during WWII. He ate blood oranges there on the fields below Mt. Vesuvius and loved them. He never thought he would have one again. It is nice that they are more available here in the US now. I understand that they grow in volcanic soil.
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