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Great Finds: Serrated Grapefruit Spoon

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If you love grapefruit for breakfast, you probably have some of these serrated spoons in your flatware drawer, but you may never have considered their versatility as a kitchen tool. “I  use them to scoop seeds out of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, or cucumbers; peel ginger; clean out the cavities of butternut squash, and of course to remove wedges of grapefruit  from their membranes,” says test kitchen director Diana Edwards.

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