Pomelo, also known as pummelo, is the largest true citrus fruit and the ancestor of many modern hybrids such as red grapefruit, tangelo, and oro blanco. Pomelos have a thick rind and pith that can be separated easily by hand to reveal jewel-like clusters of citrus pulp. Red pomelos are characteristically green or yellow in color with a particularly thick rind (even among pomelos) that houses a ruby red interior that is remarkably sweet and flavorful.
Uses: Make a shallow incision in the pomelo rind to expose the pith. Peel the rind with your hands until the center is revealed. Eat the sweet citrus pulp while removing the white pith.