How to Cut an Apple Into Quarters #1

Introduction: How to Cut an Apple Into Quarters #1

This is number 1 of a 7 part series on apples, every part will have a tip on eating apples or a recipe on apples.

Part 1 is the simplest guide of them all so be sure to check out the others before you get your opinion on this series.

I will be compiling this series in a collection you can find here.

Step 1: C.U.T.

Crazy Undeniable Technology, the ceramic knife will make this cutting easy and will stop the browning on the apple quarters for hours!

Unfortunately I used a metal knife :P

First, remove the sticker I have added a photo of an apple I bit into before removing the sticker, I was so tired that day I don't think I did anything right!

Now cut the apple in half, this may be tricky but it is worth it.

Step 2: R.E.P.E.A.T.

Really, even partridges eat apples too!

I don't know if a partridge would eat an apple but you do have to repeat the last step, but the half an apple on the board face down and slice it in half yet again, you need to do this with both apples and then you will need to go to step 3.

Step 3: C.L.E.A.N.U.P.

Cool lemurs eat apples near Utah peninsula.

I Googled Utah peninsula and there is a peninsula in the great salt lake.

Now, we have to clean up the apple quarters.

See in the first photo there are still seed pods? we need to get rid of them.

Cut them off like shown in photo 2, be sure to get it all or you will not like the taste of the apple!

Thanks for reading, please vote and enjoy!

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, those look like nice clean cuts!

    Stop eating those produce stickers though.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the compliment, the stickers don't taste that bad...

    It is mainly the fact that they are kinda stringy...