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How to Store Clementine Oranges

by David Grimes
Clementines, also sometimes called Christmas oranges, are most commonly eaten fresh during the winter months. However, they can also be used to make jams, jellies or preserves. Storage recommendations for fresh clementines depend on how soon you're planning to eat them, and how you are planning to u...

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