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Choose semifirm, unblemished fruit with uniform skin. Kiwis sweeten with age but should be eaten before they become mushy; they will ferment if left too long. Refrigerate when soft.
Simply remove the fuzzy peel and eat. Slice the fruit to make beautiful garnishes on cakes, cocktails, cheese plates, or breakfast cereals.
For a vitamin C–packed treat, cut kiwi into chunks, mix with berries and other favorite fruit. Let sit for an hour to blend juices, stir, and serve.
Kiwis are an excellent source of vitamin C.
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