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  • noun Plural form of pomelo.

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Examples

  • Thai pomelos, for instance, are often used in his recipes for their "popping texture" and mellow flavor.

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  • I love using meyer lemons, cara cara oranges, pomelos and page tangerines in the kitchen, especially in salads.

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  • Its specialty lies in the texture of its meat, which Mr. Ekkebus likens to "the flesh of pomelos or grapefruit" because it flakes into miniature segments.

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  • I love using meyer lemons, cara cara oranges, pomelos and page tangerines in the kitchen, especially in salads.

    Chef Speak: Olivia Chase

  • I fell in love with pomelos, a fruit that tastes like a grapefruit-orange hybrid.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • I ate as many pomelos as I wanted and let the sweet taste cleanse the memory of the abortion and what it implied about my relationship and how I was living my life.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • I ate as many pomelos as I wanted and let the sweet taste cleanse the memory of the abortion and what it implied about my relationship and how I was living my life.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • I fell in love with pomelos, a fruit that tastes like a grapefruit-orange hybrid.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • I fell in love with pomelos, a fruit that tastes like a grapefruit-orange hybrid.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • I ate as many pomelos as I wanted and let the sweet taste cleanse the memory of the abortion and what it implied about my relationship and how I was living my life.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

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