Recipe: Orange Romaine Salad
By Greg Dunne
March 15, 2015 (San Diego’s East County) The winter months are the peak of the season for California grown Navel Oranges. With the cold and flu season here, it’s a good time to pick up some navel oranges loaded with vitamin C.
Picking out navel oranges is an easy task. Look for navels that are heavy in size relative to the other navels on the stand. Usually a thin skin will indicate a juicy orange inside. Lighter skin or slightly blemished on the outside does not necessarily mean a bad orange. Most conventional oranges at the supermarket go through a color wash to make them a more vibrant orange. Try to find organic oranges whenever possible.