How to Eat an Apple

Introduction: How to Eat an Apple


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Step 1: Pick One Good Apple

Look for a good apple: a juicy one with lots of great apple-colors.

Step 2: Take a Sharp Ax

Be very carefull, but if you want to have some nice apple-slices, take a very sharp ax. 

Step 3: Take a Cutting Board

If you have a big apple, take a cutting board who is big enough for your apple.

Step 4: Place the Apple on the Cutting Board

Place the apple in the center of the cutting board.

Step 5: Cut the Apple With the Ax

With a smooth motion, cut the apple with the ax. Be carefull not to hold the apple with your hand so you don't have finger slices.

Step 6: Keep Cutting the Apple With the Ax

Cut until you feel there are enough apple slices.

Step 7: Look If You Have Enough Apple Slices

If you think you don't have enough apple slices, keep cutting with the ax.

Step 8: Take a Plate and a Fork

Make sure your plate is large enough to lay out all the apple slices.

Step 9: Spread the Apple Slices on the Plate

Provide a beautiful presentation of the apple slices on the plate. The more beautiful it is presented, the more tastier.

Step 10: Take Some Sugar

Take some brown sugar. Make sure that it is rough brown sugar, to make it more appropriate to the structure of the apple slices

Step 11: Sprinkle the Sugar on the Apple Slices

Sprinkle much or little sugar according to personal taste. Enjoy!

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    3 Discussions

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I've been doing it wrong all this time! I am off to get an ax and some brown sugar.

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    quzie
    quzie

    9 years ago on Step 4

    Simple beatiful presentation.