The best part of an orange is, well, eating the orange. The worst part is trying to pierce an opening in the rind with your thumbs and covering the counter in juice while you clumsily peel it, only to get a bite of bitter pith once you’ve actually freed a slice. But that’s all because you’ve been peeling oranges wrong your entire life. With three quick knife slices, you can unroll the entire orange, leaving easy-to-grab individual slices. It’s so simple, I’m pretty sure you don’t even need your thumbs to do it.
Posted by Thrillist on Friday, August 21, 2015
The only way to cut an orange
Slice off the top and the bottom of the orange with a paring knife. Make a cut into one side of the orange, until the knife reaches the fruit's center. Unroll your orange without any risk of dyed fingernails.
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