Cutie Oranges

United States
March 8, 2013 7:24pm CST
When I was younger I was really picky about oranges. I didn't like the white stuff on the orange that wouldn't so easily come off. So usually I wouldn't eat very many oranges. I loved tangerines the most because they were small, seedless and wouldn't have pulp! Now there's a brand in the US called cutie oranges which are miniature seedless oranges with no pulp and no seeds. I love these things, so do my nieces. I wonder how they make the oranges small though....
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@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
9 Mar 13
Im the same way here, I just bought a big bag of oranges here. Like 40 of them for just 2.50, I was so happy. Now.. my son has already eaten 10 of them. I need to hide the rest for orange juice. How are you dear?
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• United States
9 Mar 13
Oh orange juice, nice, will you put it in the cafe? Your son really likes oranges! I am doing well, loving quad earnings so far. I am glad I checked in yesterday, well you would have told me too. How are things there? What's new in your earning world? Well bubblews paid me again today. Only $23 for some reason but whatever I will take it! Oh! I have a nice one for you if you're interested.
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• Mexico
9 Mar 13
No, Ill make the orange juice for us. we both really like it. Miguel loves oranges. I cant get paid by bubbles, glad you did.
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• United States
9 Mar 13
I don't knwo why you can't, that is such a bummer. They should give you a real legit reason if they don't pay you. Though they haven't.
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• Canada
9 Mar 13
Those cuties are the best "bet you cant just eat one"! I could eat the whole bag. And that white stuff echoforever, I just found out is very good for you so next time Eat Your white stuff. lol
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• United States
9 Mar 13
Oh, is that so? Maybe if I can get it down then I wille at it. Do you eat it?
• Canada
9 Mar 13
You are too funny, As a matter of fact, NO I Do Not, Just thought it was a good tip for the day. Have fun with your cuties.
• United States
10 Mar 13
Okay I was only curious.
@Mavic123456 (7910)
• Thailand
9 Mar 13
we call it KatKat, in the philippines originated from China or exported from China. yes they are very sweet. I like them too.
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• United States
14 Mar 13
Glad that you also like these!
• Thailand
14 Mar 13
yup.. I love to eat hahaha.... so big or small whatever something to eat
@maurya83 (923)
• India
13 Mar 13
I love oranges, even i am eating one right now :) i dont have any problem with its seeds or white fibers on it but my hubby is like you in this regard, he will eat oranges if i give it to him after peeling and removal of white fibers, he avoid to eat many fruits because he have to peel it :/ I can understand 'seedless oranges' but not "pulpless', how would be a pulpless orange like :?
• United States
14 Mar 13
Pulp is the white stuff basically. Wow your husband must not like to peel fruits... I don't mind if it isn't difficult to peel them. If I get juice on me then it starts to bother me
@cmania (207)
• Portugal
10 Mar 13
:3 I´m picky with oranges too... i odn´t like sweet oranges and i hate the seeds 0.0 hate ! :P I never head of cuties... usually my brand is grandpa´s trees with balls coloured in orange XD that´s my brand and it´s for free oh yeah. I guess there´s little oranges naturally... for i I´ve seen on orange trees i htink there is or... maybe they put some gene to make them seedless sweet and little you know how science it´s ! MY mind it´s 60 for unatural orange and the rest for natural one. :3 thinking well 70 percent of not natural xD oops =^-^= eating fruit it´s really good so eating oranges is wonderfull we all hsould eat everyday !
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• United States
14 Mar 13
Unatural oranges... well science makes some good oranges then. Science should mess with pizza and make it better too! Don't you think?
@missjahn (4578)
• Philippines
9 Mar 13
kiat kiat (small oranges) - these are the kiat kiat or small oranges if these are the oranges you meant.
i do not like eating oranges too much, not because these are expensive to buy in our country but i hate peeling it and this peels are not easy to remove and have a bitter taste. well, all of the citrus have a bitter taste peelings but at least those can be peeled completely and can be divided easily unlike oranges. yeah, i know what you mean, those cutie oranges in the u.s called. i like eating those stuffs. it is sweet and so cute. here in the philippines, it is called kiat-kiat
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• United States
14 Mar 13
Some oranges the peel won't come off so it affects the taste of the orange even if it is juicy.
@LoKoMoMe (511)
• Belize
9 Mar 13
I love oranges, not only its healthy it is because its my favorite. im exited when ber month comes, lots of fruit that it sells for cheapest price specially for orange and mango's that you can buy for half of its original price when month of december. I like the small oranges, it is seedless too, I dont know what other call it but we call it here kyat-kyat
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• United States
14 Mar 13
Its much healthier than some other choices for a snack.
• United States
9 Mar 13
I really like them too! They are so juicy and you don't have to bother with seeds or a lot of pulp. I heard they are a hybrid plant. Orange and a chinese mandarin.
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• United States
14 Mar 13
Okay that would make sense that they are a hybrid plant.
• India
9 Mar 13
Hi friend, good to know that you like the oranges. I too like oranges a lot, glad to know about the miniature seedless oranges, till today i never tasted it, hope i will taste it soon
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• United States
14 Mar 13
I hope you can try them too! they're really excellent for a snack.
@bunnybon7 (33027)
• Holiday, Florida
9 Mar 13
i do love me some oranges to. but am often afraid to buy them as ive bought ones that turned out sour and that i dont like i loved back when i worked out in sun city for the elderly people. they all grew wonderful oranges and tangerines and grapefruits of which they gave me all i could eat and give away one client had what was called tangillos and they were just like what you are talking about here. im wondering if they are the same. those were wonderful. sweet and tiny and easy to peel. i will check into the cuties. i just hope not to get a bad batch
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• United States
9 Mar 13
I haven't had a bad batch yet and we buy they pretty often here. They are easy to peel even the girls can do that without making a mess of them, makes them feel good to do that themselves.
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
9 Mar 13
I've seen them and now might try them. I was wondering if they were sweet or seedy...never saw any info on them. But I always wonder...if they are seedless..where do the growers get more seed to plant more for next years crop!?!?!?
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• United States
9 Mar 13
They're seedless and usually very sweet. I've only had a couple that were sour. You should try them yourself sometime.
• United States
9 Mar 13
I love those as well,I just don't like paying $5 a bag for them. I love tangerines as well and buy them all summer long. they are so sweet and nice on a hot summer day.
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• United States
9 Mar 13
They are somewhat worth it compared to regular oranges around here though it is still high. I love tangerines because of their sweetness! Oranges can sometimes be sour.
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@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
9 Mar 13
Hi, I like oranges. But if they are sour I don't like to eat. I haven't eaten seedless oranges. I have eaten only seedless grapes but not oranges. I would like to eat them.
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• United States
9 Mar 13
Grapes with seeds really bother me so I don't get those if I can help it. You should have a look for tangerines or seedless oranges because they're so much more enjoyable to eat.
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@ShyBear88 (16884)
• United States
9 Mar 13
Cuties my family loves them. We would get them when I was little and now I buy them for my daughter as well. They are manderines which is a time of orange or clementines which are sweet and not like an orange where it's so cite uses but they are called cuties which isn't the company not the orange themselves.
• United States
9 Mar 13
Thanks for the info I didn't realize they were mandarins. I love them though and I eat a lot of them, so do my nieces and the two boys who visit. They're handy for them in winter months when fruits are more scarce. I'm glad they have them so readily available.
@ShyBear88 (16884)
• United States
10 Mar 13
They are nice. I have to be careful or my daughter will just peel the, and not eat them at all at times. She learned how to peel the, herself so its a game to a 2 year old.
• United States
14 Mar 13
I have a 4 year niece old who likes them so much even if she peels them she will eat. it. I don't know about the 2 year old if she knows how to peel them yet so so far I don't have that problem.
@jenny1015 (13394)
• Philippines
9 Mar 13
There are different varieties of oranges. That is why some have those pulp and seeds more prominent than the other. I am not so much of a fan of oranges. I am just too lazy to peel them off! Check this link for the varieties: http://www.floridajuice.com/varieties
• United States
9 Mar 13
Oh neat, I didn't realize the large varieties available. I am definetely a non-pulp juice fan. Its smooth and not chunky.