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How does one eat an orange?

AnitaKnapp

It's not me, it's you.
V.I.P.
I cut them into eighths and then peel the skin off. I hate peeling the skin first. Dunno why.
 

Jeanie

still nobody's bitch
V.I.P.
I don't eat oranges. I just drink its juice. Eating it sounds like too much work. no srsly, I never eat oranges, but I drink orange juice every morning. It's more critical than coffee if you want the truth.

wtf is a satsuma?
 

Rebeccaaa

yellow 4!
Like a mini orange but usually sweeter and comes in segments that you can pull apart. I don't know what the difference between a satsuma and a tangerine is, but here's a pic:

 

Bjarki

Registered Member
Well yeah, I usually eat mandarines, they are easier to pull apart and sweeter as well. Oranges are rather sour... and messy yeah.. but I bought this backet with fruits in them and the oranges were in there. Kiwi's too :urp:
 

konboye

Registered Member
Like a mini orange but usually sweeter and comes in segments that you can pull apart. I don't know what the difference between a satsuma and a tangerine is, but here's a pic:

Its the same thing. A satsuma is just some other specie or variety.
 

Babe_Ruth

Sultan of Swat
Staff member
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You guys are a bunch of babies lol. Just make sure you have paper towels/napkins when you eat your orange.

What I do is peel the orange then eat it, it's has simple as that. If it does get messy then I just use my paper towel, then when I'm done eating I just wash my hands.
 

JaneSmith

Registered Member
Oh no, I'm a Floridian and will tell you how to eat an orange.
Slice off the navel. That would be where the fruit was picked from the tree and there's a little nub or the other end. Slice it off like you are slicing a tomato slice. Then slice the other end off. Make 2-3 slices of the remainder.
Then cut each in half. So you will have wedges, like those that would go on a cocktail glass with a fancy drink.
Then you have 4-6 wedges that you can eat with no mess, no fuss. And the skin peels right off and smells good.
This method does take a knife and a plate but it's worth it and you can take your time to eat the fruit.
 
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