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Remove as much of the white membrane or pith as possible.
Imagine you are the kind of guy who owns a pith helmet.
Cut away all skin and white pith from oranges, down to the flesh.
They learn to extract the pith from the spine-defended inedible stem.
Meanwhile, peel tangerines, removing tiny threads of pith.
Use a sharp knife to cut peel from oranges, removing all the white pith.
Peel zest from oranges and lemons with a vegetable peeler, avoiding white pith.
Then juice oranges, reserving juice and peel, and discarding any pith that remains.
With the point of a small knife, remove and discard any pith.
Thoroughly peel the lemons, discarding all the peel and the white pith.
Working with a bowl to collect the juices, peel oranges with paring knife, removing white pith.
Stand lemons on end on a cutting board, and cut away white pith until the flesh is exposed.
Bonus points will be awarded for anecdotal offerings and the usual high quality pith.
Use pruners to cut out dry, blackened stems until you reach healthy pith.
Stick with a vegetable peeler or paring knife, and avoid as much of the bitter white pith as you can.
He wore a pith helmet and shared advice on such matters as the wearing of thermal underwear to beat the heat.
What the lemurs want is the edible pith, which looks about as appetizing as rolled vinyl.
Unlike other citrus, it has an entirely sweet pith, and thus is well suited to maceration.
Cut peel, including white pith, from oranges with a sharp knife.
Cut remaining peel, including white pith, from both oranges with a paring knife.
Scrambling up the scaffolding to the dig, he wears his pith helmet.
Pith is bitter, but zest is loaded with flavor and volatile oils.
But then again, there's no denying the potential power of pith.
The white part under it, called the pith, is bitter.
Peel lemons, avoiding as much of the white pith as possible.
By the time the pie is baked, the peel and its pith caramelize and give the berries a surprising tang.
The stem surface has lenticels, and the pith is white.
Nosebleeds were treated with a decoction made from the pith of new sprouts.
Formerly, in times of famine, the tasteless pith of the trunk was cooked and eaten.
The pith in the twigs is chambered and chocolate brown.
With such large leaves, the tree naturally is without fine twigs, and the branchlets are heavy and blunt with large pith.
The pith is the small soft center of the tree trunk or branch.
Heartwood is the portion of the log extending from the pith to the sapwood.

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