How to Section Citrus Fruit (Photo Tutorial)

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Sectioning citrus is how professional chefs get the beautiful juicy segments of citrus fruit are nothing but pulp (no peel, pith or membranes).  I can’t perfectly slice it against the membranes but once I get it all sectioned I squeeze the remaining pulp and membranes to get the juice which I then use in salad dressings.  Here’s a quick photo tutorial to help you know how to section citrus fruits.

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