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peel and remove the pith from fruits/cut the peel and pith
Explanation: I'd use the first option (FAO's choice).
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Food Network: Recipe - SANGRIA
... away the rind in a spiral, using a knife. Remove the pith from both fruits, and
slice the flesh. Peel the peach flesh into pieces. Place the fruit in a large ... www.foodtv.com/recipes/re-c1/0,1724,13674,00.html
Arielle's Recipe Archives: Candied Oranges
... thin 4 lemons, seeded, sliced very thin 2 tb Creme de Cassis Peel the fruits, removing
bitter pith. In a medium saucepan (nonreactive) place a layer of sliced ...
recipes.taronga.com/preserving/candied-oranges.html - 5k - In cache - Gelijkwaardige pagina's
Leaflet No. 11 - 1986 - Citrus fruits
... the Vitamin C in them. Peel the fruit, remove the white skin (pith) if it is bitter,
and separate it into sections. For larger citrus fruits, remove the thin ... www.fao.org/WAIRdocs/x5425e/x5425e0b.htm - 17k