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Seville Orange

A highly acidic, bitter flavored orange from the Mediterranean. The oranges are not eaten as a fresh fruit but the juice and zest is most commonly used to make marmalade and as an addition to sauces particularly sauces served with duck.
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Substitute for seville orange

For a juice substitute add 2 parts lime juice to 1 part orange juice


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