@pauline Marina takes issue with my practice of carefully deconstructing apples with tools and carefully piling the equally-divided pieces into a special bowl before consuming them with a petite fork (or chopsticks) and optional side of dipping sauce (e.g., chamoy, black garlic molasses, reduced wine).

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