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A Better Way to Peel a Kiwi

Handmade TV and Sarah Breckenridge
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Kiwis make a colorful addition to fruit salads, like Blueberry Fruit Salad with Tequila-Lime Syrup, but they bruise easily if handled too much. To peel one without damaging it, you can use a knife or a peeler, but there’s another tool that leaves the peeled fruit smooth and rounded instead of beveled.

To peel a kiwi with a spoon: Slice off both ends with a paring knife. Slide a soup spoon under the skin, and holding the spoon steady, gently turn the kiwi to release it from the skin.

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