When Are Seville Oranges in Season?

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The Seville orange season is rather short and spans from December to February. Seville oranges are bitter, rather highly acidic oranges that are typically used in making marmalade. Although their season is short, they can be frozen in the freezer as they freeze really well.
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1. Look at the fruit. Seville oranges are medium-sized, with a bumpy, thick, reddish-orange rind. Cut one open. If the fruit is mature, the center will be hollow. Unlike sweet oranges
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