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Blood oranges

March 7, 2012
By Cheryl Rude , Marshall Independent

We served an interesting salad in our hospital cafeteria the other day that featured a fruit that was not your typical selection. The fruit was a variety of orange called a Blood orange and it has a distinctive look when you cut it open and see the deep red or crimson colored flesh. The blood orange's red pigment is an anthocyanin and it is an antioxidant.



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