I’ve found that laying the marrow down on your paper narrow end towards you works well.
Use the same peeler technique, rolling the marrow as you work your way across, then turning it
round to peel the other end.
You will definitely notice a sticky glossier surface underneath.
When all the peel has been removed, Slice off about an inch from both stalk ends and throw them away.
This will reveal a soft, pulpy centre, these are the seeds.
Slice another ring that’s about 1 and a half to 2 inches thick and, using your fingers, scoop out all the
pulp from the centre.
This will leave a ring of marrow ready to be sliced or made into chunks, ready to use.
Repeat the process until all the seedy pulp has been removed.