Blood oranges can be used just like other oranges, even though their flavor is sweeter than that of navels or Valencias, the two types most commonly stocked in markets. Use them for juice, for sorbets, in salads and for sauces, where their unusual color can be shown off. When making a salad, remember that the juice stains all that it touches a brilliant red. To keep colors separate, add the blood oranges at the last minute, just before serving.If blood oranges are not available, substitute navel oranges and use raspberry vinegar instead of lemon juice for the salad.
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