grapefruit


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Synonyms for grapefruit

citrus tree bearing large round edible fruit having a thick yellow rind and juicy somewhat acid pulp

large yellow fruit with somewhat acid juicy pulp

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The grapefruit is known for its sour to semi-sweet, somewhat bitter taste and originated from an accidental cross between the sweet orange and pomelo.
[ClickPress, Thu May 16 2019] FactMR has actively published a new research study titled "Global Grapefruit Oil Market to Witness Widespread Expansion During 2017 to 2022 | Key Players are Bontoux S.A.S, Citrus Oleo, Lionel Hitchen Essential Oils Ltd, etc." to its broad online database.
Growers harvested just under 45 million boxes of oranges and almost 4 million boxes of grapefruit during the 2017-2018 growing season.
Using grapefruits in recipes provides the perfect contrast in combination with other ingredients that seem to meld into the perfect dish--such as grapefruit and avocado salad or candied grapefruit peel dipped in dark chocolate.
With more to offer in the form of fibre and potassium, grapefruit is also good for the heart.
3 GRAPEFRUIT is rich in potassium which helps regulate heart rate and blood pressure.
Slice away the peel and pith on the grapefruits, then slice into segments.
The effectiveness of grapefruit juice as a disinfectant for hatching eggs was noticed in terms of reducing the development of microflora on the eggshell.
I watched the expert peel the rind of the grapefruit over the glass, ensuring the oils from the skin would infuse the gin and fragrance the glass.
DUBBED one of the Seven Wonders of Barbados, the underrated and understated grapefruit is one of the most nutritionally beneficial fruits around.
IT'S pink, it's sour and looks like an overgrown orange - but here's why the grapefruit is worth adding to your daily diet.
Although the slightly bitter and sour grapefruit may not cater to some taste buds, its red, pink, and white pulp varieties are loaded with vitamins and minerals, which add on to its touted health benefits.
A NEW ale from Barry Island has become the toast of London - and it's made with grapefruit.
The brewery introduced a Grapefruit Radler in December 2015, a 4.5% abv wheat beer with flavors of pink grapefruit.