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How to Eat a Kiwi Fruit

17 Aug

You know when you need to take a break…escape for an hour or two and just do something for you. Perhaps you lounge in a warm bath, with scented candles and a glass of wine your only companion. Or if you are on Roatan (you sure as heck don’t want to take a warm bath) you lay in a hammock and get lost in your new favorite novel.

Me…well, I write a story. Not one that I have a message to share. Or even one that I tell you a detail of day-to-day life on a tropical Island in the Caribbean Sea.

Nope, this one is for me, for an hour or two it’s all about something frivolous and fun. It’s all about making myself smile and shake my head wondering why the heck did I take the time to take these pictures…and wait patiently for this perfect moment to post this story.

It makes me happy!

I enjoy eating kiwi fruit. When I still lived in Ontario, Canada I could pick some up anytime I wanted to from my local grocery store, they were imported all year round. On Roatan, even though I live in the tropics, Kiwi fruit doesn’t grow here. We can get the best bananas, pineapple, guava, mangoes and oranges, to name a few. But kiwi fruit is imported…and not to often. So when I find them at the grocery store on Roatan and they are not covered in fruit flies or too ripe to enjoy. I buy a few.

I used to take a serrated edge knife and as carefully as possible peel off the fuzzy brown skin and then slice the pulpy, delicate jewel green contents. It would always take me longer to peel than to eat, because I would go so slow…determined to not loose any to the peeling process.

Well I know a much better way to eat a kiwi fruit…and I thought perhaps (if you don’t already know this gem of an idea) I’d share with you.

I was at work one day (in my former life) when a co-worker and friend took out a kiwi fruit and a spoon.

I watched in fascination as she used the spoon (a grapefruit spoon works best) to take the top off the kiwi fruit.

She then went on to scoop out the luscious fruit. Popping each spoonful into her mouth.

Until all that remained was the hollow, scraped clean, brown fuzzy skin…I was in awe!

And that is how to eat a kiwi fruit!

The end.

8 Responses to “How to Eat a Kiwi Fruit”

  1. Nancy van der Wegen 18. Aug, 2010 at 8:12 am #

    Well, if that isn’t the best piece of info on eating a kiwi fruit i have ever heard. I enjoy kiwi also and begrudged losing any of the fruit to the peeling process. Hahahahahha now I can enjoy ALL of it.

    Thanks Genny.

  2. Gennyca 18. Aug, 2010 at 9:23 am #

    I learned how to do this from Christy, she and I used to work together at Moore Packaging.

    Glad my lesson on how to eat kiwi fruit is helping others.

  3. Renee Ludwigs 19. Aug, 2010 at 10:06 am #

    What a great trick Genny! I love kiwi and can’t wait to try it. Like Nancy, I don’t want to lose any of that yummy fruit in the peeling process. It’s amazing how such a simple thing can bring us joy. Thanks for inspiring us with some tropical creativity!

  4. Sig 19. Aug, 2010 at 10:39 am #

    Wow, never thought of that.
    I don’t much care for the green ones, but fell in love with the yellow Kiwis. Trouble is, I haven’t been able to find any this year.

  5. Gennyca 19. Aug, 2010 at 12:16 pm #

    I’ve never heard of yellow kiwi fruit…is it sweeter than the green ones?

  6. laurie hacker 20. Aug, 2010 at 12:21 am #

    Yep I knew that, it’s kind of like eating a soft boiled egg :)

  7. Sig 20. Aug, 2010 at 12:21 pm #

    this article says the golden or yellows are sweeter.
    I guess so. But I thought it just tasted very different. More tropical. they also said that the green ones taste like a strawberry/banana – I totally disagree with that. I usually hear them compared with watermelon and I think that is more accurate and also probably why I don’t care for them much, as I don’t particularly like watermelon either. :)

  8. Gennyca 21. Aug, 2010 at 8:15 am #

    Thanks for sharing the link Sig!

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