Ok, this question came to me in a dream last night. And yes, I have dreams like this all the time. So, when you peel a navel orange, you have that white rindy stuff that sticks to the sections, with some of it running down the middle. Of course, compared to the puply section of the orange, it tastes pretty bland. Most people try to peel as much of the white stuff away before they eat it. However, say you open up a can of Mandarin oranges. I know they're not navels, but an orange is an orange. Generally, you'll find no white matter at all attached to these perfect sections of mandarin orange. So how do they get all the white rindy matter off the mandarin orange sections? Or do Mandarin oranges come in some different kind of peel that doesn't contain the white stuff? I need to know.