How do you eat kiwi fruit? 🥝

I cut off the ends then cut the remainder down the middle. I then scoop out the fruit with my teeth leaving only the skin

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I cut off the skin and eat the inside

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I cut it in half longwise and scoop it out with a spoon.

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The skin is edible. Feels odd.

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Peach skin is also technically edible but fruit should not be furry. I refuse.

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I have a phobia of the feeling of peach skin

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i will eat it but I’m a bit of a masochist

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Before I became allergic, I would do it the same way @ninjastar does.
But I became allergic suddenly, so when I eat it, my lips and tongue and throat starts to itch and swell :confused:

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I remove all of the seeds first then I apply an ancient Martian technique called Diet and suck the life force out of the Kiwi without mastication.

:innocent:

I just eat the blasted thing. No thought. Only utter destruction to a non sentient life form.

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Talking about fruit skin I enjoyed eating skin of mango but not sure its healthy so stopped

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I heard pineapple skin is really good too.

:yum:

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I thought you were honestly asking the question because it’s hard as a rock, has hair all over it and doesn’t look appetizing. I didn’t know you meant like, “in what way do you guys choose to eat your kiwi.”

I don’t think I could eat a kiwi successfully if I tried!

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I peel the skin off and then slice the kiwi into pieces.

I haven’t had it in ages. Idk why it’s really good.

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I never had kiwi because I’m afraid that I’ll be allergic to it.
I’m allergic to strawberries.

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I do the same
Cheers!
Kiwi is a powerful fruit
I get a kiwi instead of an orange or an apple

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Nice!! It’s the only way that’s right in my eyes lol.

I find myself buying oranges or grapes the most.

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I peel the kiwi and cut thin long ovals. Yummy yummy yummy!

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I eat kiwi fruit skin and all!

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@ZombieMombie is the skin really edible??

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Do you peel kiwis?

The kiwifruit skin is completely edible and makes this nutrient-dense fruit even more nutritious! A recent study shows that eating the skin triples the fiber intake compared to merely eating the flesh. And by not peeling the skin, you preserve much of the vitamin C content as well.

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