A.k.a how to cut out the fruit segments without the yucky white pith attached.
- Carefully remove both ends of the grapefruit with a knife so that it can stand up on either side
- Using a paring knife, gently remove the skin of the grapefruit so that the knife is cutting from one open end to the other in a gentle downward motion
- Once all the skin is removed you’ll be able to see that each segment of the grapefruit is separated by a wall, aka membrane
- Carefully use your knife to cut on the inside of each segment wall, releasing the grapefruit segment