Even the sharpest vegetable peeler isn’t the best tool for removing the hairy, thin skin of a kiwi because you either lose most of the fruit’s soft flesh or mangle it in the process. In the test kitchen, we use an alternative, inside-out peeling method. Start by trimming the ends of the fruit, and then insert a small spoon between the skin and the flesh, with the bowl of the spoon facing the flesh. Push the spoon down and carefully move it around the fruit, separating the fruit from the skin. Then gently remove the spoon and pull away the loosened skin.