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Most skins of apples and grapes and pears are expose to a chemical produced by The Dow Company while in shipment in containers or in a warehouse. This chemical reacts with the skin of the fruit to make it more plastic-like, so they will stay fresher longer. You can tell what's been exposed, since the skin is tough. I suggest to always remove the skin or grow ...
Just wash and soak in hot water. It would get real soft,add little lukewarm water to bring down the temperature. Dip your hand and squeeze the tamarinds, this would separate the pulp from the seeds and shell. Drain through a sieve or colander. If you need a recipe for tamarind uses, I would gladly oblige. :)
Every pomegranate has six ridges running from top to bottom which define the natural segments of the fruit. First slice off the top and bottom of the outer skin, then lightly score along the ridges. This will allow you to gently pull the sections apart, exposing the tasty goodness inside without any mess at all. This is by far the easiest and cleanest ...
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