We owe a lot to many of our ancestors, but whoever discovered how to cut a watermelon and bag it in thirty seconds was a real pioneer.
We don't know why the best-tasting, most nutritious fruits have to be the hardest to get into, but we no longer have the right to complain. Here before you are visual aids showing how to cut, slice, peel or otherwise dive into some of the best fruits you're probably eating wrong.
As Gandhi said, "It's the action, not the fruit of the action, that's important."
In this case, it's both.
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