How to Peel a Kiwi
So much work goes into peeling a kiwi with a paring knife or peeler—and often it leaves the flesh of your kiwi torn or misshapen. Here's a simple tip for how to peel kiwi with a spoon.
So much work goes into peeling a kiwi with a paring knife or peeler. And then what happens? The flesh gets all torn and ragged. Remove both ends of the kiwi (enough to expose the green flesh), then take a teaspoon (a tablespoon is too big) and start to work the spoon up and around the flesh just under the skin. Follow the shape of the fruit, gently working the skin loose. Once you've made a complete run around the fruit, you can push out a skinned, smooth, whole kiwi.