WHAT SOME OF YOU DON’T KNOW
is that their are these fancy fruits called “Blood oranges”
It is called blood orange because the outside is all orangey, while the inside looks like flesh.
(no that is not a grapefruit)
While it is in the orange group, it’s not like other oranges.
According to sunkist.com ”All oranges contain carotene — that’s what makes them orange. Moros(blood oranges) get their red color from high concentrations of a pigment called anthocyanin, a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes the effects of free radicals. ”
So next time you see someone say something is blood orange, they are probably referring to the distinct tasting, red fleshy color inside a Moro,