Note: A peelifruit is like a cross between an onion, an orange, and a pomegranate. The peel on the outside is sturdy and easy to remove, once you get it started. There are then layers of tender fruit-meat interspersed with layers of whatever you call the kind of stuff that separates pomegranate seeds from each other, arranged like an onion's layers. The result is that you peel it, then you eat a layer, then you peel it again, then you eat a layer. This process is repeated until you finally reach the center.
At the center of the peelifruit you'll find the pit, unless you've gotten one of the seedless varieties, in which case you'll find caramel.