Love the taste of oranges but hate the effort (and mess) that goes into peeling one?
In an office environment, you can forget typing on a keyboard, sifting through papers or holding a pen after devouring the treat -- wet wipes or a trip to the bathroom sink are mandatory.
But now there is something to ease the burden: A technique of unravelling oranges, rather than peeling, that is making waves online.
The four-step process is outlined in a blog post at Jewel Pie, and is said to be less messy and time-consuming than traditional peeling. Basically, it confirms that everything you have been doing until now is wrong. Here's Jewel Pie's step-by-step instructions on how to peel an orange:
- Cut the top off the orange, resulting in a circle of skin.
- Cut the bottom off the orange in exactly the same manner.
- Make an incision length-wise down the orange being sure not to cut the flesh, just the skin. Start from where you made your top