Fruit carving is a form of food decoration. Fruit carving involves cutting through various types of fruits to form beautiful figures and objects, such as flowers and trees. A fruit sculpture can be created from two or three carved out fruits. Fruit carving is increasingly becoming a hobby for people in India. The purpose of fruit carving is to make fruit more attractive, & more appetizing. You can join our fruit and vegetable carving classes in Mumbai
Historical records show that the art of fruit carving was introduced in Thailand and China almost 800 years ago. At that time, it was an everyday practice to carve out fruits for every meal of the royal family. The local artisans got the fruit carving ideas from their surroundings. For example, they would carve a bird out of radish and present it to the king.
Given here are some to the fruit carving tips you can follow while practicing fruit carving, Be careful while selecting a fruit for carving. Watermelons should have red flesh and its rinds should be green. Apples should be fresh, red, and shiny. Oranges should have a firm rind. In other words, you need to ensure that the fruits are fresh and without wrinkles on their skin. To prevent the fruits from turning brown, you can either wash them or soak them in water depending upon the type of fruit.