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Test Kitchen video tips: Segmenting a citrus

 

I remember the first time I tried to peel the the white membrane off of individual orange slices. I think I was trying to make a salad, and what should have been an easy recipe seemed to take forever. I spent most of an hour painstakingly peeling the membrane off of each slice using a pairing knife and my fingers. It was tragic.

I can chuckle now. Little did I know then that learning to segment, or supreme, an orange isn't hard at all, and shouldn't take the day. It should only take a few minutes.

I was just demonstrating the technique to interns earlier this week and thought I'd share some photos of how it's done. Check out the video link above.

If you have any kitchen tips or questions you'd like me to explore, leave a comment below or email me at [email protected].

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-- Noelle Carter
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Video credit: Myung Chun / Los Angeles Times

 
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