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A mighty, mighty citrus: The Seedless Kishu

Kishu
Adorable and irresistible, the Seedless Kishu is one of the most delicious of mandarins, smaller than a golf ball but easy to peel, tender, juicy, fragrant and sweet. Until recently it was very difficult to find, even at farmers markets, but at least a dozen growers now have producing trees of these small wonders, and the fruits are becoming more readily available. Click here to read more at David Karp's Market Watch report, published online every Friday.

Photo: David Karp

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