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How well do frozen oranges peel after frozen?
I was wondering if freezing an orange would make it easier to peal and remove most/all the pith. I want to make an orange smoothie, so having it frozen would be a good thing, but I have no idea if it ...
Dec 20 '10 at 16:25
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