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A sophisticated culinary term used to describe the process of removing the flesh, in sections, piece by piece of fruit from the membranes. The technique involves cutting off the skin from the outside of the fruit, placing a sharp paring knife between the membrane and fruit and cutting out the small pie shaped piece of fruit.

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celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 10 years
why did i just think of a pizza? im weird today
mandiesoh mandiesoh 10 years
i can never seem to do it right tho :(
crispet1 crispet1 10 years
Cool, never heard this term before.
andaman andaman 10 years
anything involving segments i guess?
misspoli misspoli 10 years
That´s great! Can we do it with another fruits? ************************************************************* "To be or not to be: That is the question!" William Shakespeare
andaman andaman 10 years
Yum thanks a lot for this! I was trying to find a way of cutting my mandarin orange nicely for canapes. Now I know how to do it properly without brusing it too much!
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