Many people are surprised with the way of grapefruit what is quite strange but quick without crushing the section of grapefruit
After appearing on Chinese social networks, then being shared by many Vietnamese accounts, this grafting method is going viral, attracting more than one million views in just 2 weeks. Pomelos have many ways to peel, most commonly the way to close the peel is cutting the cover then make the groove and then separate the citrus, put on the plate . However, this method is quite time consuming, much impact on the crust makes grapefruit fragile, watery.
Begin slicing off the peel, cutting from the north to the south poles, following the curve of the fruit. The goal is to remove all of the pith without sacrificing too much of the edible flesh of the fruit. Continue slicing off the peeling, from top to bottom, moving all the way around the grapefruit
Begin slicing off the peel, cutting from the north to the south poles
Following the curve of the fruit
Continue slicing off the peeling, from top to bottom, moving all the way around the grapefruit
This tip hepls save your time!
The goal is to remove all of the pith without sacrificing too much of the edible flesh of the fruit
This special way saves a lot more time. First, you also use the knife cut quickly the pomelos peel vertically,. Then, continue cutting two horizontal pomelos of the citrus and cut a knife using a knife. Finally, you separate the segments quickly, beautifully, less watery due to less impact on the grapefruit.
However, this method only applies to grapefruit varieties such as grapefruit, green skin, grapefruit pomelos, grapefruit ... As for the thin pomelos varieties like pomelos in the North, you should still apply the way often. This method can also apply to the type of orange, tangerine with thick stems are also very quick.
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