Step 1: Watch the Video!
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Step 2: Choose Your Apple
Try cutting your apple at a slight diagonal so that it cuts right through the center of the apple core.
This is important, because it will give you access to the seeds inside, and we need 2. You'll see why later on.
Step 3: Making Apple Wedges
We're going to be making careful cuts into the apple, and I found it was very helpful to use 2 butter knives placed perpendicular to the top and bottom.
Now use your knife to carefully cut down into the apple from the top, and just to the right side of the apple core. You should be able to press down until the knife bottoms out on the other 2 butter knives, and then use the butter knives as makeshift spacers to line your knife up, and cut in from the side.
When the 2 cuts meet, you may feel a little "pop" as the wedge is released. If not, it means the cuts haven't fully met yet, so just gently wiggle the blade from both directions until the cuts align.
Repeat the process on the other side of the apple so that you're left with 2 apple wedges similar to those seen in the pictures.