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I can't find in my bible ( eat right 4 your type) if mandarine is ok to eat or not for o blood.
Anyone got the answer?
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Sorry! It is an avoid for O's.

Mandarine is not included in the TypeBase, but Tangerine is.

Other citrus which are not avoids for O: Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit, Pummelo.


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I can't find in my bible ( eat right 4 your type) if mandarine is ok to eat or not for o blood.
Anyone got the answer?

The terms Mandarine and Tangerine are interchangeable as far as I can tell...  

It seems the Asian cultures call them mandarine oranges, while U.S. culture calls them tangerines.  In all of the citrus books I have read, and conversations with people of Asian heritage, we are referring to the same tree/fruit.


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The terms Mandarine and Tangerine are interchangeable as far as I can tell...  

It seems the Asian cultures call them mandarine oranges, while U.S. culture calls them tangerines.  In all of the citrus books I have read, and conversations with people of Asian heritage, we are referring to the same tree/fruit.
There's also a third name to the same fruit: Clementine.



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There's also a third name to the same fruit: Clementine.

Some sellers refer to them by each of their variety names rather than as tangerines...  I've seen them referred to as Clementines, Satsumas, Dancy, Honey, etc., but these are different varieties of Mandarine orange or tangerine.


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I thought Satsumas were plums?
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I am guessing i will have it very little then! Thanks everyone  
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I thought Satsumas were plums?

I think I have recently seen a Satsuma variety of plum as well...


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Some sellers refer to them by each of their variety names rather than as tangerines...  I've seen them referred to as Clementines, Satsumas, Dancy, Honey, etc., but these are different varieties of Mandarine orange or tangerine.
Yes, thank you for correcting! In our yard (64 to 49 years ago) we had a Satsuma tree and a Washington (orange cultivar) tree, which ripened ealier than the other citrus cultivars. Their tastes were to me the best among all other citrus kinds. If I remember correctly, the Satsuma had no pips, or hardly any, while the clementine which came later was full of them.  


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I think I have recently seen a Satsuma variety of plum as well...
Correct!    Wiki at you service...  



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In our yard (64 to 49 years ago) we had a Satsuma tree and a Washington (orange cultivar) tree, which ripened ealier than the other citrus cultivars. Their tastes were to me the best among all other citrus kinds. If I remember correctly, the Satsuma had no pips, or hardly any, while the clementine which came later was full of them.  

Yes, the Satsuma mandarine is almost seed free...  A very wonderful flavored tangerine.

The Washington is a navel orange, which is a great eating orange.  I have been getting a bit of cross pollination between my Washington Navel and Satuma mandarine so I have gotten some navel tangerines...  Nature is wonderful.


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