If you’ve ever watched a monkey peel a banana, you might have noticed that they do it a little differently.
Instead of holding the banana from the stem, they flip it upside down and start peeling from the bottom.
Curious we know, but they have a really good reason for it. Turns out that if you pinch the butt end of a banana, the skin comes apart and makes it very easy to pull away, particularly when you’ve got a banana whose stem is still green!
Looks like those chimps are onto something!
And it isn't only bananas that we humans are stuffing up. Getting the shell of a boiled egg is a hassle, right? So is peeling potatoes. And oranges! So annoying.
But there's actually a really simple way to do peel all these foods as you'll see in the below videos. Watch and learn people.
The quickest way to peel an egg:
How to easily peel peaches:
How you should be peeling and grating ginger:
The easiest way to peel potatoes:
The fastest way to peel apples:
The best way to peel kiwis:
8. How to easily cut and peel a mango