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Kumquats

The kumquat is a tiny orange/yellow, football-shaped fruit native to Eastern Asia, and closely related to citrus fruits. They are unusual in that the edible skin is sweet and the flesh is quite tart, and the combination leaves a pleasant citrus taste in the mouth. Kumquats are eaten whole, candied, pickled, and used to make relishes, preserves and marmalades. Kumquats may be used in poultry and fish stuffings and garnishes, sliced raw in salads, pureed for used in sauces, etc.

 

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