One of the healthiest things is to bite into an apple. Some people like to eat whole apples, which are very rich in fibers, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, whereas others like to slice it up first.
There are many Apple slicing techniques, but the solution presented in the video below is probably the simplest, safest and fastest. First of all, turn the apple upside down, as the top surface is larger, so the fruit can sit steadier, and you can hold it more firmly as well.
Most people cut apples across the middle. Instead, you should cut them up by starting right beside the core, and cutting parallel slices. This way, the apple will fall into eight nice slices, and the core will be separated.
This technique is also useful because the slices can be put together again, so the apple won’t turn brown even if you have to store it for a few hours. If you want to completely prevent browning, spray the apples with lemon juice, as lemon juice prevents oxidizing, and the slices will look as if they were freshly cut even after eight hours.