Speaking of which, I'm continually amazed at how many people are unaware of the superiority of white peaches or that they even exist. White peaches have lower acidity than yellow and, in my experience, have a sweeter scent, and creamier, less fibrous texture, and even tend to have thinner skins and less fuzz. I guess some people like that yellow peaches have an acidic bite or something? For whatever reason, yellow peaches are more popular in Europe and the U.S., while white peaches are preferred in Asia. There's a sexist and/or racist joke in there somewhere. Regarding peach fuzz, if it bothers you, try wetting the peach down-the fuzz will still be there but less noticeable. If it really bothers you, get nectarines instead. Nectarines are peaches in which the gene responsible for fuzz is said to be recessive, and are not some sort of hybrid like some seem to think.