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    Honor Thy Inferior Such Irony's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    Oranges are used to make marmalade, which tastes like shit.
    Yeah but apple butter is good. So that's a point for apples.

    On the other hand apple juice tastes like piss but orange juice is good.

    Apples are easier to eat but oranges taste better.

    Apples are more versatile for baking. Who ever heard of an orange pie.

    I don't think there is a clear winner.
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    Tangerines & clementines > apples > larger oranges

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    Dependent on cravings at the time though often neutral when thirsty. I drink more orange juice because it stands out more at grocery stores. A sliced orange is more flashy than a sliced apple.

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