Limequats are a unique citrus fruit that is a hybrid between a lime and a kumquat. They are small in size, about the size of a large olive, and have a thin, smooth skin that is a bright yellow to orange color when ripe. The flesh of a limequat is juicy and tart like a lime, with a hint of sweetness from the kumquat parentage. Limequats are often eaten whole, including the peel, which is edible and adds a slightly bitter flavor to the overall taste. They can be used in a variety of culinary applications, such as in salads, cocktails, or as a garnish for seafood dishes. Limequats are also rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, making them a healthy and flavorful addition to your diet.

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