Grapefruit is a popular, if slightly bitter, member of the citrus family. Grapefruit is often served as breakfast dish, being thought to stimulate the digestion. Two of the popular varieties include: Florida Duncan (good for juicing); Texan Pink (so sweet it is eaten without adding sugar. Grapefruit is often available canned, but can be eaten raw or broiled and eaten with muscovadao sugar. Grapefruits are also cooked into marmalades.
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