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This jigsaw puzzle online shows bright oranges stacked in a wooden crate. As evidenced by the orange cut in half, these juicy fruits still have their seeds.

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pixipixil
Mar 21, 2018
As a kid I ate them three at a time. Couldn't get enough. They don't taste like they used to. Sour now. Not sweet. No wonder we are hooked on junk food. All the taste has been bred out of the fruits and veggies.
Back from the dentist. The extraction site had gotten infected but not so badly it wasn't healing. Got an antibiotic rinse to take care of things. That's a relief.
Have a healthy day, all.
JAMP124
Mar 18, 2018
My favorite oranges for peeling and eating are Temple Oranges, but they are hard to find. They are only available early in the year --- January and some of February. I love them. Full of seeds, but the taste makes up for the "inconvenience"! Didn't find any this year.
darambo
Mar 15, 2018
Love oranges, taste and color. Prefer navel oranges so I don't have to spit the seeds out lol! ;-D How is everyone this morning? I hope all you puzzlers will have a good day and be safe where ever you are.
rahrah1820
Mar 15, 2018
Darambo, I chuckled at "spit the seeds out, " because that's what we use to do with watermelon and pomegranate seeds, when we were children. Such fun! lol I hope you have a terrific day, too.
sunsetsky
Mar 15, 2018
I too prefer navel oranges. Love oranges and freshly squeezed orange juice. Have a great day too.
LuvsWesterns
Mar 15, 2018
We had several fruit trees at a home we owned in Pedley, an unincorporated area of Riverside County in So. Calif., one of which was a miniature navel orange tree. The fruit was scrumptious. So were the apricots, peaches and Valencia oranges. Couldn't eat the grapefruit, but our friends enjoyed them. The owner who first had the property planted them, plus an avocado tree. He also had worm beds, and when we were there, we used them to plant vegetables! The tomatoes were out of this world. But, it became more work than we could handle, so we sold and moved to a retirement community. Ah, though, I really miss the fresh, homegrown fruit and vegetables.
trynfindit
Mar 15, 2018
We have a lovely navel orange tree in our yard. Often the oranges are as big as softballs. Yum.
darambo
Mar 16, 2018
Wish we had a longer growing season. Haven't been able to get tomato's to grow. Last fall my husband built a small green house, so I'm really looking forward to some GOOD RIPE tomato's not like the tasteless ones you buy at the store. You all be safe.
juddj64
Mar 16, 2018
Navel oranges are the best!!
nlbuchanan
Mar 16, 2018
Nice, ripe oranges. Squeeze them for your morning juice.

God bless you all.
jas6415
Mar 15, 2018
I use a lot of oranges for making certain smoothies. Love them...Not too easy a puzzle for me
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2018
Love my oranges - have at least one a day.

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KwkClkrSwkr69
Mar 15, 2018
They sure look DELICIOUS!!!!!!!
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