Oh Those Yummy Peaches!
Peaches are in season and let me tell you…we can not get enough of them in our family! I mean come on, we are from the peach state of Georgia, what did you expect!
The other day we were running late for school, and my girls always take a fresh sliced peach to school for their snack.
My husband jumped in to help me and I never even thought he didn’t know how to properly cut a ripe peach!
Slicing A Peach The Wrong Way Can Ruin It
So as I mentioned my husband jumped in to help me with the girls snacks so that they could be on their way to catch the school bus.
I looked over at my husband, and oh my gosh guys….it was not a pretty sight. Within seconds he bruised the peach so bad it was hard to tell it was even a peach.
We didn’t have time to redo it, so we put the peaches in my girls snack containers and off to school they went. When my daughters came home from school, they said they couldn’t even eat the peach, it was so bad and tasted terrible!
How To Properly Cut A Ripe Peach
So I began to wonder…do others out there not know how to properly cut a ripe peach? Peaches are very delicate, and if not done right, they can taste terrible.
So here it is! The proper technique in a quick 1 minute video!
Take the time to learn how easy it is to properly cut a ripe peach so that you and your family can enjoy your peaches to the fullest!
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