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Peeling an orange really isn't that difficult, it just takes a little instruction and practice. In fact, by the time you finish reading this article, you will be well-versed in several of the most popular orange peeling methods!
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30-06-2021, 11:40
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How to Peel a Grape
If you’ve ever wanted to make homemade jam or cook some grapes to use as ingredients in salads and other dishes, you may have found yourself needing to peel them. Perhaps you have allergies to grape skins, or you simply dislike their taste. Whatever reason finds you trying to remove their skin, your best methods will be peeling them with a knife, or blanching your grapes.
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10-05-2021, 03:10
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How to Peel a Plantain
Plantains are the deliciously starchy cousin to bananas, and are used to make both sweet and savory dishes. Ripe plantains that have turned black or brown can be peeled in strips like bananas, but unripe, green plantains require the use of a paring knife or steaming to come off.
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7-04-2021, 15:10
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How to Prepare Snow Peas for Cooking
Snow peas are flat pea pods that contain immature peas inside, but because both the pods and seeds are edible and flavorful, you don't have to shell them. You can eat snow peas raw or cooked, making them a versatile vegetable to have in your kitchen. No matter what technique you use to cook them, preparing snow peas only requires a few simple steps.
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7-04-2021, 13:00
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How to Peel an Onion
For being such a commonly-used vegetable, onions can be surprisingly hard to work with. Peeling onions without any tears can be much easier said than done — especially when you have a whole bushel of onions to work through. Luckily, this experience doesn't have to be a culinary nightmare. By learning a few easy techniques, you can start peelings onions in a matter of seconds (and with a
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4-02-2021, 19:20
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How to Peel a Banana
The simplest and most effective way to peel a banana is by using the convenient "handle" on one end of the fruit. However, you may find that this conventional method mushes up the top of the banana, and you may be looking for another method, either because peeling a banana this way hurts your wrist, or because you're just bored with peeling the banana the same old way. With these
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25-01-2021, 22:50
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Fresh ginger root adds a unique zest to your dishes, and is known for its health benefits, too—it calms nausea and can even work as a pain reliever. If you’re cooking with ginger root for the first time, though, you might not be sure what to do with its tough, woody skin. Although it is edible, you can easily and safely remove the skin with a spoon, then move on to the cooking!
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14-01-2021, 11:10
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Kiwifruit (also known as Chinese gooseberries, or "kiwi" for short) is a versatile fruit often used in salads, dressings, marinades, pavlovas and as a fruit topping for ice cream. The enzymes in kiwifruit also make it an excellent tenderizer for meat. The delicate flesh of the kiwifruit requires careful peeling to avoid damaging the fruit by gouging or splitting. Removing the skin with
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10-01-2021, 09:40
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How to Peel Celery Root
Celery root (also known as celeriac) can look daunting to peel because of its round shape, tough skin, and uneven texture. It’s usually best to use a chef’s knife, but with some smoother-skinned varieties (like “monarch” and “tellus”), you may be able to get by with a sturdy vegetable peeler. With the right tools and a little elbow grease, you’ll be cooking with this versatile root
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15-12-2020, 02:10
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Peeling a conventionally grown carrot will remove many of the pesticides that tend to accumulate in the skin. Many people also peel carrots for aesthetic reasons – when peeled, they glow with a vibrant orange and are uniform in color and shape. Whether you have a vegetable peeler or a paring knife, you're good to go.