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Use a machete and a piece of wood to remove the husk and cut open coconuts.
Avocados are one of the most popular fruits in the Americas, but determining whether one is ripe or not is somewhat arcane for many people.
Watch this video to learn what to look for in an avocado and make sure you buy the ripest ones.
Ian Knauer, food editor from Gourmet Magazine, is going to show you how to turn fresh tomatoes into crushed tomatoes in no time.
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Usually when you nom on an orange you get the thick pith and webby membrane that sticks all the orange slices together.
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Wrapping and storing your melons properly is the key to freshness.
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