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Lime (fruit) - Wikipedia

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A lime is a hybrid citrus fruit, which is typically round, lime green, 3–6 centimetres (1.2–2.4 in) in diameter, and containing acidic juice vesicles. There are several species of citrus...

Do lemons and limes come from the same tree? | Reference.com

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Lemons and limes grow from different trees. Lemons grow from Citrus limon trees . Key limes grow from Citrus aurantifolia trees, and Persian limes grow from ...

Why There Is No Lime Industry in America Anymore | TIME

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Apr 20, 2014 ... As the industry grew, so did Americans' appetite for limes. Immigrants flooded into the country from Latin America, lands where limes are more ...

Genetic origin of cultivated citrus determined: Researchers find ...

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Jan 26, 2011 ... Apr. 14, 2015 — Citrus fruits -- delectable oranges, lemons, limes, kumquats and .... Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of ...

Fresh For Kids - Limes!

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Limes are thin-skinned, glossy-green to yellow in colour, with beautiful green flesh. ... Did you know? ... We prefer to grow in a hotter climate than other limes.

Burning Question: Why Don't Limes Have Seeds? | POPSUGAR Food

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Jan 28, 2014 ... Though some fruits are bred to have no seeds, seedless limes are naturally occurring, so squeeze ... What to Do If Your Turkey's Still Frozen.

Key Limes - FoodReference.com

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Key Limes are smaller, with a thin rind prone to brown spots, seedy and with a ... Though they do seem to be making a slight comeback as a Florida crop in ...

Key Limes? More Like Key LIES | Serious Eats

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May 20, 2016 ... A pound of conventional limes (left) and Key limes (right). [Photographs: Vicky Wasik]. I'm just going to come on out and say it: I hate Key limes.

Mexican Lime

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Of the two acid, or sour, limes in world trade, the one longest known and most ... is greenish-yellow in 6 to 15 segments which do not readily separate; aromatic, ...

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Why Do Most Lemons Have Seeds, While Most Limes Do Not ...

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Mar 2, 2016 ... So why do lemons (and most fruits) have seeds while limes don't? The majority of ... But where do they come from if they don't have seeds?

Lemon/Limes - The World's Healthiest Foods

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Sour limes contain citric acid giving them an acidic and tart taste, while sweet limes lack citric acid .... They were thought to originate in Southeast Asia. ... attempted to plant lime trees in California, but the climate did not support their growth.

Lime (fruit) - New World Encyclopedia

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Aug 7, 2014 ... Besides limes and lemons, other members of the Citrus genus include oranges, citrons, grapefruit, pomelos (pummelo, pommelo), and ...