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Page 8 January 24th, 2013 !iiiiiiiiiiiii!! !:!~!! !i~i!iiiii!i!i! :~!!ii!!!!!!: !%!! !:!~!ii!i!!!!!! Valley News & Views an "Mom, I'm going to have daughter noted as she oranue," mv teenage oassed bv me on her wav to the kitchen sink. "That's ood. There's a plastic orange peeler in the drawer," I said. I was pleased that she knew she should wash her hands and then rinse the whole fruit under running water before peeling it. I had prepared a simple lunch consisting of vegetable soup, crackers, cheese, deli meat and milk. She added the missin food rouo. fruit. "My hands are going to smell like an orange. This white stuffis hard to remove," she said as she scored the rind with the peeler. "The white part is called the albedo or pith. It's a good source of fiber such as pectin," I added. 'Odbedo is a strange word," she said as she divided the orange into segments. 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Navel oranges appear as though another tiny orange is beginning to grow on the end opposite the stem. Navel oranges are seedless, easily peeled and in good supply from January through March. Valencia oranges have seeds and abundant juice. While they usually are associated with the summer months, you often can buy them from February through October. Most oranges get their characteristic color from carotenoid pigments. The orange peel or rind is called the flavedo, and contains flavorful, essential oils. Some recipes, such as those for marmalades, call for the orange zest (grated peel). The zest adds flavor to recipes. If you aren't expecting it, the color of some oranges may surprise you when you slice them. Blood or M0ro oranges have burgundy- colored flesh. The dark red comes from the anthocyanin pigments they contain. Anthocyanins act as antioxidant compounds that may help fight cancer and other diseases. Oranges are rich in nutrients, including vitamin C and potassium. Some researchers have rated oranges higher than apples in their power to "keep the doctor away." Researchers have shown that oranges and other citrus fruits may play a role in preventing heart disease and cancer. At only 80 calories per medium-sized fruit, oranges are a nutritional bargain and portable snack. One orange provides a full day's supply of vitamin C, which our body uses to build collagen to keep our skin healthy, among its many functions. Vitamin C is known as ascorbic acid, which means "no scurvy." Scurvy is a now- rare disease that results from a vitamin C deficiency. During long voyages, early sailors experienced aching joints, skin breakdown and bleedinggums.Whentheyate citrus fruits on their voyages, they no longer suffered from the disease. Therefore, they became known as "limeys." Are you eating about 2 cups of fruit per day? Eating more whole fruit is one of the nutrition recommendations from http: //www.choosemyplate. gov.While drinking juice may seem easier, whole fruits and vegetables offer the fiber advantage. As a result of their fiber content, we may feel full more readily when we eat whole fruit, compared with drinking juice. Here's a colorful salad recipe that is rich in vitamins A and C, You can add your favorite dressing or try the provided dressing recipe. For more information and recipes, check out the Prairie Fare blog at http://www. prairiefare.areavoices.com Continued On Page 5 I "Doing business I without advertising is I like winking at I a girl in the dark. You I know what you're I doing, but nobody I else does." I Steuart Henderson Britt I So Advertise I in the I Valley News I and Views That's All Folks! =(