How To: Make orange supremes (slices of orange without membrane or pith)

Make orange supremes (slices of orange without membrane or pith)

Orange supremes are, as the name implies, supreme versions of oranges. Usually when you nom on an orange you get the thick pith and webby membrane that sticks all the orange slices together. While we don't mind getting all the extra fluff with our orange, when it comes to food presentation it's nice to get all that off.

Take a look at this food video to learn how to cut orange supremes, which are orange slices devoid of membrane and pith.

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Thank you! Even though its been years since you posted this, it was very helpful! And my orange came out perfect with the first try.

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