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Making Citrus Sections

Author: Chef ALLAN SCHANBACHER
Issue: June, 2008
Photos By Brian W. Lilley
1. Cut top and bottom off a whole grapefruit so the flesh is exposed.
2. Place grapefruit on one of the cut ends. In small sections cut away the rind and white pith following the contour of the flesh. (so it’s still round on the sides after all the peel is removed and no white remains)















3. Hold the entire peeled grapefruit in your hand over a bowl with the curved side facing you. Use a paring knife to cut between each sections membrane and remove the section.


















4. Place the section in the bowl and after all sections are removed, squeeze the juice from the cut-up core over the sections and discard the core. Cover the bowl and set aside until ready to use.



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