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You may substitute oranges or limes to make other citrus sugars. Use instead of plain granulated sugar in baking, or try sprinkling over cookies or stirring into hot tea for a delicious citrusy treat. The sugar will keep for several months in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 1999
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  • cggardengirl
    19 MAY, 2012
    I've looked all over for this recipe...turns out I had the name of it wrong. Martha, you are the best! Love this stuff!!!!
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  • nicnicolas1
    22 DEC, 2008
    martha stewart you have done it again! Im going to make this for friends and family for christmas!!!
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  • nicnicolas1
    22 DEC, 2008
    martha stewart you have done it again! Im going to make this for friends and family for christmas!!!
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