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Placing the dragon fruit over a cutting board or other clean surface, cut the fruit straight down the middle with a sharp knife. Cut through to the other side, so that you can separate the fruit into 2 sections. Inside the flesh may be white and will have tiny black edible seeds, just like kiwi fruit. Run a tablespoon around the circumference of the first section to separate the flesh from the skin. Now lift the flesh out of the skin and place it on the cutting board. Reserve the skin for serving (as in step 8), if desired. Note that the skin is NOT edible. Do the same for the other half. Turn the mound of flesh over, checking for any residual pink skin. Slice this off. Now you can slice up the flesh. Cubes work well for eating the fruit fresh. If desired, return the cubes of fruit to the skin to serve. Leftovers can be refrigerated, like any other fruit, in a covered container.
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