(Noun) A pulpy segment of a citrus fruit that has had the membrane removed.(Verb) The term also refers to the process of separating the segments of a citrus fruit from its membrane with a knife.To section a citrus fruit, use a sharp paring knife to remove the peel and white pith. Working over a bowl to catch the juices, cut into the center of the fruit between one section and the membrane. Turn the knife and slide it along the other side of the section, next to the membrane, cutting outward.
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