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There are a couple ways to tackle a kiwi, depending on your preference for the skin and how much mess you're willing to create. Here are the two most common methods:

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  • Spoon it out: This is a great option if you don't mind the fuzzy skin. Simply cut the kiwi in half lengthwise. Then, use a spoon to scoop out the flesh, just like you would an avocado. The kiwi should be ripe for this method to work well, with the flesh easily separating from the skin.

  • Peel it: If you prefer to avoid the skin altogether, you can peel a kiwi like a potato. Wash the kiwi first, then use a paring knife or vegetable peeler to remove the skin. Once peeled, you can slice the kiwi into rounds or chop it into bite-sized pieces.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind:

  • Skin or no skin? The kiwi skin is actually edible and contains some nutrients. However, it can be fuzzy and irritate some people's mouths. It's entirely a matter of preference!
  • Ripeness is key: A riper kiwi will be easier to cut, scoop, and peel. If your kiwi is a bit firm, let it sit at room temperature for a day or two before digging in.

Enjoy your delicious and nutritious kiwi!

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