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How to peel a pummelo (aka pumelo, pomelo)

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2008

How to peel a pummelo.

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The pummelo is an exotic large citrus fruit that is an ancestor of the common grapefruit. It originated in Asia and is grown in many eastern countries including China, Japan, India, Fiji, Malaysia, and Thailand. It is also now grown in the Caribbean and in the United States, in California and Florida. Although it is most commonly known under the name of pummelo, depending on the region where it is grown, it is also called the pamplemousse, pomelo, Bali lemon, Limau besar, and shaddock.

Pummelos are produced from the pummelo tree, which is a tree that can grow to heights of up to 50 feet. Additionally, the pummelo tree produces very attractive, fragrant and large white colored flowers. These flowers are often used in Asia to make perfumes. Because the pummelo fruit is related to the grapefruit, it has a taste that is tangy. However, pummelo fruit is sweeter in taste than the grapefruit.

You can purchase fresh pummelos through the winter months at some larger supermarket chains and at specialty fruit and vegetable markets. When purchasing a pummelo, select only those that have a fragrant scent and that are firm to the touch. Also look to make sure that the pummelo does not have any bruises or marks on it. Once you have purchased your pummelos, you can safely store them in your home for up to one week provided that the pummelos are kept in your refrigerator.

Pummelos have been treasured as a food source in Asia and other regions for many years. Now, the pummelo is finding its way into many culinary cultures. This is because the pummelo has a sweet citrus flavor that makes it appealing as a delicious, quick snack food or as an addition to more elaborate entrees and salads.

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